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Be a Friend in Hospice
ORGANIZATION: Heart to Heart Hospice
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12 people are interested
Would you like to become a friend to a hospice patient? You can read, have conversations, hold their hand, or simply just be a presence when they really need someone near. There is a lot of flexibility with this opportunity because activities really vary with the relationship and what the patient is capable of doing.
We are very flexible with your schedule. If you prefer to visit one patient at a time, multiple in one building, or to travel we can work that all out. You can also let me know if you feel comfortable visiting in a patient’s home or only at facilities. Our volunteers make their own schedule. Many volunteers visit once a month while others may volunteer multiple times a week. We do ask that you attempt to be able to visit the same amount of times each month. We can always increase visits or have someone cover if need be. Everyone creates a huge difference in making sure our patients feel loved.
In order to become a volunteer of Heart to Heart Hospice, the following steps are required:
- Orientation Training- This is usually done in 1 to 2 hours
TB Screening- A TB screening is required upon "hire" along with one TB test annually.
If you're interested either hit "I Want to Help", email Allison Filimon at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call at (317)718-7422. Hope to hear from you soon!
About Heart to Heart Hospice
2611 Waterfront Parkway E Drive, Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46214, US
Making a difference by providing compassionate care from our heart to enhance the quality of life for those with life-limiting illnesses and their loved ones.
Our Heart's Desires:
-To make a difference through compassionate care
-To provide excellent customer service
-To provide a rapid response to all patients needs
-To exhibit professionalism at all times
-To proivde presence at the most important moments including at the journey's end
-To exhibit excellence in all we do
-To show respect toward all others
-To meet or exceed industry standards of quality care
-To take professional commitment to address all emotional and spiritual needs
-To have integrity by always doing the right thing
-To demonstrate dedication to our patients, families, referral sources, our company, and to each other
-To support each other through teamwork
PlainfieldPlainfield, IN 46168
December 7, 2022
- Hospice Care
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training