Become a Hospice volunteer & make a difference:
How does a volunteer support hospice?
- Providing respite to family
- Socialization: reading, playing cards, sewing, simply being a friendly visitor to a patient
- Office and administrative support
- Offering their unique talents in any way toward supporting patients, families, and the community at-large
Compassionate Care Hospice’s volunteer programs are supervised by a dedicated Volunteer Coordinator, who will provide orientation to hospice, Compassionate Care and some of the healthcare regulations that are important to be aware of.
Volunteer in the following areas:
PATIENT CARE VOLUNTEER
The Patient Care Volunteer provides patient care and support services that enhance the quality of life for patients and their families, such as grocery shopping, providing companionship, or prepare a snack as required.
Assists the clinical department in matters associated with day to day operations such as recordkeeping, answering the telephone, filing and other support tasks as required.
PET THERAPY VOLUNTEER
The Pet Therapy Volunteer provides support services in compliance with hospice policies. The Pet-Therapy Certified pet is utilized therapeutically to implement the hospice plan of care, providing tactile stimulation, aid in relaxation, companionship, and other quality of life benefits to patients.
Contact us now to volunteer your skills and share how you envision donating your time and talents to our grateful patients and families.
- Hospice Care
- Elder care
- People Skills
- Bereavement Support
- Administrative Support
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training