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BAYADA Nurse Published in American Nursing Journal

Posted by Lisa Weinstein

Jun 3, 2019 3:41:30 PM


Lindsey van Gennep, RN, a nurse who provides pediatric home health care for the BAYADA office in Manchester, NH, recently published a Viewpoint piece in the American Journal of Nursing (AJN, volume 118, issue 9) titled Afraid to Notice: On Responding to Children with Visible Disabilities.

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Topics: children with special needs, children with disabilities, Pediatric Nurse Jobs, Pediatric care

Contractor Donates Day of Service to Remodel Home of Teen with Special Needs

Posted by Lisa Weinstein

May 28, 2019 4:36:14 PM


BAYADA Client Gabby reacts to her newly remodeled bedroom while marketing specialist Natalie Simmons, contractor Scott D'Antonio, and mom Sarah look on. 

On a sunny, winter afternoon, Gloucester County, NJ resident Sarah P. picked up her daughter Gabby from the school bus and drove a short distance to the home of her parents. While Gabby enjoyed Grandma and Grandpa’s love and attention, Sarah had ulterior motives for the unexpected mid-afternoon visit. She didn’t want Gabby to know that a team of electricians, painters, and contractors had literally taken over her home, adding beautiful aesthetic touches to her daughter’s bedroom and the hall bathroom and, most importantly, creating a safer environment.

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Topics: children with special needs, BAYADA Pediatrics, BAYADA Home Health Care, Pediatric care

BAYADA Pediatrics Nurse Honored for Clinical Excellence

Posted by Lisa Weinstein

Jul 15, 2015 10:45:00 AM

15-73-1565_COM_AlysonBolton_AnnBaiadaAwardAlyson Bolton, center, winner of the Ann Baiada Award for Excellence in Nursing Leadership, with BAYADA Director Ann Baiada and BAYADA President and Founder Mark Baiada.

Alyson Bolton, RN, CPN, a transitional care manager with  BAYADA Home Health Care, was recognized with the prestigious Ann Baiada Award for Excellence in Nursing Leadership. Bolton was honored for exemplifying the highest standards of nursing excellence before more than 2,000 employees at the company’s recent annual awards meeting held in Philadelphia, PA.

“When I heard them call my name I couldn’t believe it, I was in shock,” shared Bolton. “It makes me so proud that people think I do a good job. I work hard and take my job seriously and it’s great to have that recognition.”

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Topics: children with special needs, Clinical leadership, clinical manager, Transitional Care Manager

BAYADA Receives Clinical Care Research Grant from Cure SMA

Posted by Lisa Weinstein

Jan 27, 2015 10:22:00 AM


Parents like Al Freedman, pictured with his son Jack, who has SMA, will benefit from a Cure SMA grant that will allow BAYADA Home Health Care to provide simulation lab training to families of children with SMA.


Pilot program will train family caregivers of those with spinal muscular atrophy

Cure SMA, a national non-profit organization dedicated to the treatment and cure of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), has awarded BAYADA Pediatrics, a specialty of BAYADA Home Health Care, with a $30,000 clinical care grant. The funding will allow BAYADA to develop a pilot study involving hands-on, simulation-based training to help family members care for the complex medical needs of their children with SMA.

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Topics: children with special needs, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Pediatrics, children with disabilities, SMA, FSMA, Pediatric home care

BAYADA Pediatrics Partners with Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Posted by Lisa Weinstein

Aug 2, 2013 9:18:00 AM

Client Jack Friedman, with father Al and BAYADA President Mark Baiada

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Topics: children with special needs, Home Health Care, The BAYADA Way, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Pediatrics, Mark Baiada, school, children with disabilities, SMA, Home Health

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