Haiti

International aid group takes over Haitian nursing home

Elderly survivors of the Jan. 12 Haiti earthquake have begun receiving more assistance as an international aid agency has taken over operations at a Port-Au-Prince nursing home, according to reports from the devastated area.

CNA from New York nursing home dies in Haiti earthquake

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The horror in Haiti has struck home for Port Chester Nursing and Rehabilitation Centre. Certified nursing assistant Marie Rosela Anacreon died during the earthquake. She had been visiting her mother in Port-au-Prince.

Long-term care reaches out to Haiti

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They are not all touting their good works, but many long-term care communities and their vendors are providing valuable relief to disaster-stricken Haiti.

Nursing home employees offer help in Haiti

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Seeing the devastation in Haiti "was emotionally destroying for me," said Ginette Sangosse, assistant director of nursing for the Beth Abraham Family of Health Services in Bronx, NY. Sangosse, who grew up in Haiti, returned last week to provide medical care.

Relief efforts slow to reach Haitian nursing home survivors

Relief efforts slow to reach Haitian nursing home survivors

Eight days after a massive earthquake tore through the Haitian capital of Port-Au-Prince, many nursing home residents are still awaiting large-scale aid, according to recent news reports.