Volunteer Caregiver Ambassadors


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Cause Areas

When

It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.

Where

1028 Criswell Blvd Ste 108DurantDurant, OK 74701

About

As an Aspire Hospice Volunteer, you can contribute as few or as many hours as you wish, on a flexible schedule of your choosing. Typically, a Hospice Volunteer assignment takes one hour a week and consists of a one-hour visit to an assigned patient. You can help out in many different way. Our Hospice Volunteers are divided into several categories:

General Hospice Volunteers: General Hospice Volunteers choose to act as friendly visitors-offering support, companionship and practical, caring help to hospice patients. Interactions may include talking, reading, watching television, holding a patient’s hand, playing games, listening to music, writing letters, looking through pictures, or any other activities they may enjoy.

Administrative Hospice Volunteers: Administrative Hospice Volunteers help in our office, performing clerical duties, check-in calls and helping with special projects.

Professional Hospice Volunteers: Professional Hospice Volunteers may offer services such as Spiritual Care, Pet Therapy, manicures, Hair Styling, etc. Professional licenses must be current and valid in the state of Oklahoma.

Bereavement Hospice Volunteers: Bereavement Hospice Volunteers assist the bereavement coordinators in communicating with our families after they have lost a loved one. They may also provide bereavement-related administrative support.

Special Skills and Interests: Musicians often volunteer to play at hospice inpatient facilities. Many hospices utilize Hospice Volunteers to maintain their grounds and landscaping. They may play games with residents or assist with special events in area nursing homes and assisted living facilities.

If you would like more information, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator.

Meleray Wheeler (580) 920-1709 or Meleray.Wheeler@aspirehc.com

Serving Durant, Atoka, Hugo, Idabel and surrounding Choctaw Nation areas.

Skills

  • Veteran Care
  • Special Needs
  • Hospice Care
  • Relationship Building
  • Spiritual Healing
  • Community Outreach

Good Match For

Teens People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 15
  • Orientation or Training
  • Flexible times (volunteers avg. 3-5 hrs per month)
  • Dependability and Compassion

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