OhioHealth At Home Hospice Tuck-In Call Volunteers:
Make phone calls to home-bound hospice patients every Thursday or Friday to see if they have any supply, medication or equipment needs for the weekend.
Multiple Tuck-In Call Volunteers would allow for a rotation schedule. i.e. Susie makes tuck-in calls the first Thursday of the month, Mary makes tuck-in calls on the second Thursday of the month, and so on.
Record and report time to the Volunteer Services Department.
Completion of OhioHealth At Home hospice volunteer training
Commitment to the philosophy and goals of hospice
Emotional maturity, sensitivity, listening skills
Reference and background check (including fingerprinting)
Skills in listening, empathy and acceptance of people in their current life stage
Understanding of grief and loss issues
Ability to work independently
Available to commit to at least 6-9 hours of volunteer work per month
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL THE OHIOHEALTH AT HOME HOSPICE VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR AT (419) 526-8442.
At OhioHealth at Home (Hospice), we help people make the most of every minute when end-of-life care is needed.
Wherever the patient calls home, OhioHealth At Home is there to provide hospice support. Whether the patient lives in their own home, a nursing home or assisted-living facility, we’ll provide physician-led, comprehensive hospice care.