Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care needs friendly volunteers for our Inpatient Unit in Cumming, Georgia.
We need your help in greeting families as they visit our Inpatient Unit, answering in-coming phone calls, and assisting our Nurses with administrative duties. Volunteers are integral members of the Inpatient Unit Team in providing compassionate end of life care to patients and their families.
Our busiest times are 10am to 2pm and then again in the evening from 5pm to 8pm; however, times to volunteer are flexible and based on your availability.
You must be 18 years of age or older to apply for this volunteer opportunity, be able to pass a background check, and allow us to complete a TB test on you. The main criteria to volunteering with us is being friendly!
Training consists of 3 Training Modules which can be completed at your home and then a 1-2 hour training at the Unit introducing you to procedures at our Unit.
For more information contact Sabrina Samuel at (404) 250-4950 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
5775 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Suite C120, Atlanta, GA 30342, US
Our Mission: Honoring Life ~ Offering Hope Our Vision is to: ♥ recognize that individuals and families are the true experts in their own care. ♥ support our staff so they can put our patients and families first. ♥ find creative solutions which add quality to life. ♥ strive for excellence beyond accepted standards. ♥ increase the community's awareness of hospice as part of the continuum of care .
Hospice volunteers both give and receive many benefits from joining our program.
Volunteers set their own levels of commitment and travel based on their available time and the needs of our patients. Volunteers serve our adult patients of all ages who live within the metro Atlanta area.
Volunteer selection begins with an application and interview where potential volunteers may express their personal goals, availability, interests and talents.
Volunteers are carefully screened through a criminal background check, motor vehicle report, and personal references.
Direct Care Volunteers help by providing comfort, support, care and compassion to our patients and their family members, and are required to participate in initial hospice volunteer training as well as basic orientation.
Indirect Care Volunteers help by providing administrative assistance on special projects that enhance the work of our staff and support patients, families and the efforts of the teams in the field. Indirect Care Volunteers receive basic orientation, training specific to task undertaking, and are encouraged to attend initial hospice volunteer training.
Additional support meetings and educational opportunities are offered throughout the year as well as ongoing personal support and social gatherings.