- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
6 people are interested
Can you read to someone, share uplifting stories, hold a hand, play music for someone or BE a good listener? If you answered YES to any of these... then you have what it takes to be a HOSPICE VOLUNTEER. We at Liberty Hospice are more about LIVING in the last moments of life than about dying.
Visits Patients... in nursing homes or the patients' home
Read To or Write for the Patient
Help Celebrate a Birthday!
Play a Game or Just Listen
Help with Journaling or Write a Life Review
Provide Respite Support for Caregivers To Have a Break
Military Veterans Can Share Stories
Office & Errands
Fold Letters and Stuff Envelopes
Place Labels on Envelopes
Answer Phones, Make Calls
Create a Christmas Item for Patient
(Little Tree or Flower Arrangement)
Bereavement & Spiritual Care
Assist With Placing Phone Calls to Bereaved Families
Clergy Can Provide Prayer and Care
Companion a Family Through The Grief Journey
Simple Home Repairs, Yard Work and Other Projects
Rake Leaves, Mow Grass
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Liberty HomeCare & Hospice - Danville, VA
2943 Riverside Drive, Suite E, Danville, VA 24540, US
Liberty Hospice Mission Statement is to provide cost effective quality services that achieve optimal outcomes. At Liberty Hospice, we promote dignity and focus on quality of life. We help our patients and their families spend their time together in peace and comfort.
Hospice volunteers tell us they find it personally gratifying, intellectually stimulating and emotionally meaningful to help those in need at a critical point in their lives. Many were introduced to hospice care through the death of a family member, but many are new to the hospice concept of care. No matter how they became involved, hospice volunteers consistently confirm that helping the terminally ill through hospice is not about dying - it's about living.
We'll work with your schedule.
2943 Riverside Drive, Suite E(Behind Texas Steakhouse)Danville, VA 24541
- Hospice Care
- People Skills
- Reading Comprehension
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 12 Hours Training Initially (DVD or Computer) and 1 Hour Educational Training, Monthly VISIT YOUR PATIENT: (1 Time a Week for 1 Hour OR 2 Times a Week for 30 Minutes Each Visit)
- Ongoing training for as long as you are a volunteer. You MUST have 12 hours of ongoing training each year. Corporate sends out a newsletter with a quiz that counts for half and our monthly educational meeting quiz counts for the other half.