Help our patients tell their stories - become a Legacy Volunteer.
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What if you had a recording of your grandma simply saying, "I love you, honey," or of your father saying, "You're a wonderful daughter and I know you will always be okay."
Legacy projects are a beautiful way for us to invite our patients to share memories, stories, life lessons and important messages near the end of their lives - which then become treasured keepsakes for hospice families. Voice recordings, scrapbooking, and creating booklets and visual art pieces are just some of the ways that legacy projects take form. Elaborate or simple all are sacred and meaningful.
Our Legacy projects provide hospice families something tangible to hold on to, and something that can provide comfort and healing year after year, and generation after generation.
Legacy Volunteers complete our Patient Care Training, followed by additional training in life review interviewing techniques and planning with the Hospice Team concerning the type of project to be done.
Go to www.goodshepherdhospice.com to submit your volunteer application and we'll get back to you right away. Or contact Erin York at 816-822-2292 or email@example.com for more information.
Compassionate About Care. Passionate about life.
About Good Shepherd Hospice
123 W Kansas Ave, Independence, MO 64050, US
Serving people with compassion and dignity.
COMPASSIONATE ABOUT CARE. passionate about life.
At Good Shepherd Hospice, we believe that health care is more than just a diagnosis and a treatment. It's a daily exercise in making this moment...this today...the very best it can be. We're here to help our patients achieve that goal - physically, mentally, spiritually...and for whatever that means individually.
We believe that in the passing of a person’s life, there are also extraordinary opportunities for compassion, reconciliation, spiritual healing, and renewal.
Our Volunteers play a vital role in our Hospice program. From working in the office, to creating special projects at home, to visiting to provide companionship and ease lonliness, Good Shepherd Hospice Volunteers make special moments happen again and again for the patients and families we serve.
Our History - 22 Years of Comforting and Serving
Good Shepherd Hospice opened its first office in Oklahoma City in 1995. We now have a regional presence serving Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Texas. Along the way, we’ve touched the lives of more than 20,000 patients and shepherded 50, 000+ family members through their time of need. Every member of our team receives comprehensive, ongoing training. We are a member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Association, Medicare Certified and State Licensed.
We'll work with your schedule.
123 W Kansas AveIndependence, MO 64050
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Visual Arts
- Music Arts
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- One hour a week