- Veteran Care: Provide care to Veterans by listening, providing reassurance, holding the Veteran’s hand, sitting quietly and providing companionship, reading to the Veteran, assisting in writing letters, playing cards or games, and taking the Veteran for a ride in a wheelchair to visit other areas of the facility.
- Family Support: Provide support to family members by listening, allowing family members to vent emotions and concerns, giving reassurance, encouraging the use of the family room, directing the family to other facility services as needed/requested.
- Personal Care: Assist with non-medical care as directed by the Palliative Care Coordinator or nurses (RN, LPN) caring for the patient.
- Other: Keep Veteran and family rooms tidy, water plants and flowers as needed, keep family kitchen/lounge tidy and stocked with supplies.
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training