1 person is interested
Genesee County Therapy Dogs
ORGANIZATION: Heart to Heart Hospice
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1 person is interested
Visit residents with your pet therapy dog. Bring some laughter and smiles to seniors living in an a Assisted Living Facility. Volunteer day and time are flexible to work around your busy schedule. Dog must be a Certified Pet Therapy Dog. Email or call 810-422-9453 for more information.Training and orientation provided. No cost to you. The most precious gift that you have to give is your time.
Hospice is an extensive Program for anyone with a diagnosis or decline in health that could limit their life expectancy to 6 months or less if the disease/decline runs its normal course.
Making a difference by providing care from our heart to enhance the quality of life for those with life-limiting illnesses and their loved ones.
Our Volunteer Program
At Heart to Heart Hospice our volunteers are a vital part of our hospice team. Together we can help improve the quality of life for hospice patients.
Volunteers provide service to patients in a number of different ways. Depending on your interests, skills, talents, and the amount of time you have, there are a variety of ways that you can help.
Some of the ways our volunteers make a difference in the lives of patients are through......
- Respite/Break for the caregiver
- Pet Therapy
- Clerical/Office Work
All volunteers receive orientation and training to ensure they feel comfortable with their tasks. Volunteers are required to be fingerprinted, have a background checks, and receive the two-step TB tests. There is no cost involved to the volunteer. However, we ask that the volunteer commit to being available one time a week. Volunteers must be 18 or older and must provide their own transportation. All volunteers must have covid vaccinated or have an excuse waiver.
About Heart to Heart Hospice
4438 Oak Bridge Dr., Flint, MI 48532, US
Making a difference by providing compassionate care from our heart to enhance the Quality of Life for those with life-limiting illnesses and their loved ones.
To make a difference through compassionate care
To provide excellent customer service
To show respect toward all others
To demonstrate dedication to our paitent, families, referral sources, our company and each other
To support each other through teamwork
Multiple locations Flint, MI 48532
February 6, 2023
- Animal Therapy
- Elder care
- People Skills
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- as little as one hour one to two times a month
- Must have own transportation, Dog must be Certified