72 people are interested
Are you active or retired military? Veteran to Veteran Volunteers needed to visit hospice patients!
ORGANIZATION: Interim HealthCare San Diego Hospice
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72 people are interested
Veteran to Veteran (V2V) volunteers have the honor of supporting a military veteran nearing end of life. V2V volunteers share a special connection to our patients that only those with military experiences can offer. V2V volunteers visit military veteran patients and engage in life review, companionship, and caregiver respite. They may also take part in special pinning ceremonies for veterans acknowledging their service and sacrifice.
Interim HealthCare San Diego Hospice provides services to our patients wherever they call home, whether it be a private residence or a skilled nursing facility, throughout all of San Diego County. Our mission is to give patient and family empowered care, preserving dignity and providing comfort.
Volunteers DO NOT provide any hands-on care (i.e. changing an adult brief, feeding a patient, dispensing medications, etc.), you only provide companionship and socialization.
NO previous hospice experience is necessary!! We provide a comprehensive orientation as well as ongoing education and support.
Per Medicare guidelines all volunteers must pass a drug screen, 2 step TB test, and background check (at no cost) in addition to orientation classes.
About Interim HealthCare San Diego Hospice
5625 Ruffin Rd, Suite 110, San Diego, CA 92123, US
We give patient and family empowered care, preserving dignity and providing comfort.
At Interim HealthCare San Diego Hospice we provide our patients and family members with a team-oriented approach to end of life care including pain management and emotional, psychosocial, spiritual and volunteer support. We empower patients and loved ones to make informed choices about their care and end of life goals. Our team believes that every person has the right to die with dignity, compassion and quality pain management. We support patients and loved ones on their journey to find closure and meaning in the time they have with our program,
To reach these goals we partner with our amazing volunteer team to provide companionship, respite, family support, pet therapy, bereavement support, administrative functions and so much more. If you are compassionate and committed we would love to hear from you! NO previous hospice experience is necessary and we provide a comprehensive orientation to all volunteers as well as ongoing support and education.
All of San Diego CountySan Diego, CA 92123
August 12, 2022
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- minimum of 2 hours once a week for 1 year
- Must also pass a drug screen and 2 step TB test