Newsletter

  • Thursday, November 17th, 2016

    Fall 2016

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex […]

  • Friday, May 27th, 2016

    Spring 2016

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex […]

  • Thursday, November 12th, 2015

    Fall 2015

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex […]

  • Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

    Spring 2015

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex […]

  • Saturday, November 8th, 2014

    Fall 2014

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex […]

  • Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

    Spring 2014

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex […]

  • Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

    Fall 2013

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I, II and III are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex […]

  • Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

    Spring 2013

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I and II are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex medical […]

  • Friday, December 14th, 2012

    Fall 2012

    Angela’s House offers programs and supports and will coordinate services to families who need care for their medically frail children at home. For children who cannot be cared for at home, Angela’s House I and II are specially designed homes that provide a warm environment with 24-hour nursing care to accommodate the children’s complex medical […]

  • Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

    Spring 2012

    It has been another long year for the Romeo family, and thankfully we have had limited hospitalizations regarding Joseph and his health, which is a blessing. We are eagerly awaiting the construction of Angela’s House III, which will change our lives tremendously. Joseph is now 7 years old, and although nursing is in place at the home and he travels to school daily, it is still a very unnatural environment. All of us (including Kayla, his sister) anticipate the day when we will have a “private” home—one without change of shifts every eight hours, people entering into the house at all times of the day and night, shipments of enormous boxes of equipment, and the constant need to protect Joseph from sickness by way of sanitizing so very frequently.