Spend Time With Hospice Patients in Indianapolis Area
Transitions Hospice Indiana
Have A Loving Heart??? Donate an hour or two of your time and gain a lifetime of fulfillment!!
Make a difference in the life of someone who would appreciate just your presence alone. Hospice Volunteers needed to provide companionship and socialization to patients. Spend time, just being a friend and.....
Volunteer visits (most are now done either by zoom or on the phone) offer patients companionship, boost their self-esteem and decrease loneliness.
- Share memories
- Sing songs
- Say a Prayer
- Provide grief support
- Making phone calls
- Sending cards
Companion volunteering brings a great sense of fulfillment to our volunteers and makes our patients SMILE. You can be that pivotal mark in someone's day that makes all the difference when being faced with some of the most difficult situations. Simply sharing a story may seem so minimal to you, but sharing that same story with a hospice patient may be just the laugh they needed when all else seemed dim.
Volunteering for Transitions Hospice is a flexible opportunity where you can visit your patient at a time and day that is convenient for you.
Please contact me with any questions.
Thank you for your interest and I look forward to meeting you!
About Transitions Hospice Indiana
8435 Keystone Crossing Blvd. Suite 108, Indianapolis, IN 46240, US
At Transitions Hospice, we hold ourselves to the highest standards in hospice and palliative care. We specialize in supporting individuals and families who are facing the physical, emotional, social and spiritual challenges confronted when dealing with terminal illness. Hospice care neither prolongs nor shortens life. Our objective is to maximize our patients’ comfort and quality of life during the time they have remaining.
Our philosophy is to empower our patients and families by providing the tools and support necessary to embrace life. We don’t focus on the finality of death; we focus on the practical side of living. Our job is to assist our patients and families through the physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges of life’s final transition. We understand that to our patients and their families, it’s about living!!