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Do you like meeting new people and learning from others past experiences? Do you have a knack for making others happy and brightening their day? Do you feel called to make a difference and give back to others? If so become a Hospice Volunteer today!
Hospice Volunteers provide companionship, emotional support and socialization to members of the community who are elderly, sick and in need of support. Hospice Volunteers help to brighten a persons day, provide life review and memory recollection with the patient and their family members, assist with light household duties, help with craft activities, play Bingo and other games, read, watch movies and tv shows, look at pictures and help to fulfill a patients wishes.
Many Hospice Volunteers say that they set out to help others, and in return are able to help themselves! Many volunteers talk about all of the things that they learn from the patients, and how they could have never learned these things in any classes or textbooks. They make memories that they will cherish for the rest of their lives.
Becoming a Hospice Volunteer does not require a lot of your time, but it completely can make a difference in the life of the patients that we serve. Many volunteer visits are as little as 15 minutes per week and can go as long and yourself and the patient would like! Sometimes volunteers get to talking and visiting with the patients and hours seem like merely minutes!
If you would like more information, or would like to give your heart to others, please feel free to contact Kelley McMillen, Manager of Volunteer Services, Kindred Hospice today!!
About Kindred Hospice
2901 Ohio Blvd Ste 116, Terre Haute, IN 47803, US
To Provide Compassionate Care To Those We Serve During The End Of Life's Journey Through Our Commitment To Clinical Excellence and Uncompromsing Service.
Hospice is a specialized form of home healthcare for patient with life-limiting illnesses that allows the patient to live out their days as fully and as comfortably as possible.