The Bristol Hospice team cares for families in the community who are affected by terminal illness. Working side by side with specially-trained physicians, nurses, counselors, & home health aides - Volunteers are the valued team members who offer our families the gift of compassion and time. If you are interested in becoming a part of this dynamic program, Bristol Hospice will reimburse mileage. please contact us today!
Respite Volunteers: Provide in-home respite care, which allows caregivers a few hours of much needed personal time.
Spend time visiting with our patients in nursing facilities.
Offer support for those going through the grief process.
Other Opportunities Available. Such as:
Provide valuable in-office assistance in our office.
Such as hairstylists, manicurist, seamstresses’, gardeners, homemakers, etc. offer our hospice families the gift of their services.
1101 Sylvan Ave, Suite B-10, Modesto, CA 95350, US
Bristol Hospice, formerly Optimal Hospice is graciously committed to our mission that all patients and families entrusted to our care will be treated with the highest level of compassion, respect, and quality of care.
Our Bristol Hospice programs provide hospice services to meet the physical, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of our patients and their families/caregivers. An interdisciplinary group of professionals and volunteers develops an individualized plan of care which includes, as appropriate, the following services: nursing, physicians, home health aides, counseling, spiritual support, therapy, dietary, volunteers, durable medical equipment, supplies, and bereavement services.
Guided by these values and clinical research, Bristol Hospice is honored to be an innovator; utilizing non-pharmacological methods of comfort and going above & beyond what is expected by hospice care standards, through our specialty care programs.
These Bristol programs, such as "Sweet Dreams" and "Bright Moments" are especially helpful to those struggling with the effects of Alzheimer’s or dementia. Through these programs, we hope to give "Light to Life" for each patient at their end-of-life. In so doing, we have the honor to provide additional methods of care, comfort and support for the patient, their families, caregivers and loved ones.