Our Homestead Hospice volunteers help patients and their families with one of life's most important journeys through a wide variety of opportunities:
Direct Patient Contact - providing support to the families by providing a break for the caregiver, running errands, preparing meals, light housekeeping and emotional support. Or just holding someones hand.
Community Outreach - represent Homestead Hospice in the community, at health fairs, festivals, public speaking
Administrative support - fulfill clerical tasks such as filing, making phone calls, data entry, aiding in the day to day office duties to support our office operations
Clinical Support - volunteer RN's, Chaplains, Home Health Aides, Medical Social Workers, Physicians and others are needed, this can help toward your community service hours for your school programs.
Special Skills/Therapies - Massage, art, pet, other therapies. Provide language skills, hair dressing and other personal care needs
Bereavement Program - Bereavement volunteers provide support during the grieving process and assistance at annual memorial services
Junior and Teen Volunteers- To read to patients and to visit.
Comprehensive Training is Provided to All Homestead Hospice Volunteers free of charge. Please call 770-725-2399 or e-mail email@example.com
1731 Meriweather Dr., Ste. 107, Bogart, GA 30622, US
At Homestead Hospice, we strive to help our patients and their families by coordinating our care to involve the entire family through counseling, spiritual support, and access to our team of professionals.
Terminal illness affects the entire family structure. Adjustment, mental process, self awareness, acceptance and grief are major parts of the dying process. Our trained Social Workers and Therapists are available to work with the entire family in dealing with these issues. We employ fully-qualified staff to help with financial assistance, patient placement, care centers, funeral arrangements and we are always there just to talk.
Would you like to make a difference?
At Homestead Hospice, we need people like you to donate time, energy and experience in a variety of areas, including community outreach, social events within the community and direct patient contact.
Together, we will be able to help patients and families living with terminal illness. Our volunteers continue to express their feelings of joy and inspiration as they make a difference in the lives of the patients and families they help.