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Honoring Life ~ Offering Hope
Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care is looking for a few good men and women who have a heart for veterans issues and end of life care. As a member of the We Honor Veterans Program through the NHPCO (National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization) and a part of the Hospice Veteran Partnership in Connecticut, Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care is proud to Honor and Serve our Veterans in Connecticut at such a vulnerable time. Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care is aware of the challenges our Veterans face. When diagnosed with a terminal illness, the multifaceted needs our Veterans require compassionate and focused end-of-life care. As a Veteran to Veteran Volunteer you have the unique ability to support other Veterans who are terminally ill. We also welcome family members and friends who have a heart for veterans and Veteran issues.
We are looking for volunteers who are willing to serve by sharing their time to help our Veterans during their final battle.
Seasons Hospice volunteers provide companionship, emotional and spiritual support, and often reminisce with our veterans from WWII, the Korean war conflict, Vietnam, Dessert Shield and Desert Storm and others. Our volunteer can been seen replacing lost medals, supporting a Veterans recognition ceremony and so much more. Orientation and training are required and provided free of charge. The time commitment for volunteering is flexible and based on individual availability. Most correspondence can be done by phone, mail or email, eliminating the need to come to the offices on a regular basis. Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care serves most of Connecticut. That means that volunteers serve close to home or work. Should you or someone you know be interested in Volunteering or Interning with Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care please visit http://www.seasons.org/page/Volunteering or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org . You may also give us a call at 203-490-1155. Many patients and families are forever changed by their hospice volunteer. I would be honored to speak to about our Hospice organization. Sincerely, Karen Hale, Volunteer Services