HOTH Mission
VAMC Northport - Regions 8/9
All Military Branches

Northport NY - 12/21/2019
 
 
Mission applies to the following Region(s): Region 9
About the Mission: Saturday, December 21, 2019 (2 pm to 4 pm) is our monthly PGR HOTH (Help on the Homefront) visit to the Northport VA at Building 92.
We will be celebrating some Christmas and December Birthdays BINGO, Santa and other surprises.

Please come join us. Your presence will put smiles on some really great people there. They look forward to seeing everyone and hanging out with us!!


~ THE COST OF FREEDOM CAN ALWAYS BE SEEN AT YOUR LOCAL VA HOSPITAL ~
Primary Staging Date: 12/21/2019
Primary Staging Time: 1:45
AM or PM: pm
Staging Location:

VAMC Northport
79 Middleville Road, Building 92
Northport NY

Map to V.A.

Lead Ride Captain: Mary-Ann Barcellona
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Lead Ride Captain Phone #: 646-258-6470
Special Information:  If you are bringing your children to the visit, and they need community service hours, please bring the school forms with you to be signed. Please let the RC in charge know if you're bringing young children and how many.

Please meet at 1:45 pm inside the lobby of Building 92. The visit starts at 2 pm and ends approx 4 pm


Any questions or concerns please contact me

Important Reminders:
Please do not feed or help feed any of the Veterans that are with us. There are some who are on strict choking precautions and cannot eat any solid food or drink liquids. Ask a nurse if you are unsure. These patients will have a colored beaded necklace on which we will go over at the beginning of the visits.

Please check for contact precaution signs before entering a room to assist a Veteran. If you're unsure please ask a Nurse or RC in charge.

Remember to sign the roster.

Please do not take any pictures of the Veterans there. You need permission first.

If you or a group are making goodie bags for the Veterans, please check them first for any type of food, socks and bar soaps and remove them from the bags. Any food could be a potential choking hazard for anyone there. All the Veterans are on controlled diets, so anything with sugar/high in carbs can make them sick.
They are all on Fall precautions so socks can only be the non-slippery kind.

Thank you Very Much to everyone who volunteers.
Ride safe if your riding over!!
 
Is there a Second Stage to this Mission? no
   
Submitted by: Mary-Ann Barcellona
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