A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
3 people are interested
Are you crafty and want to make people comfortable. Then join our team! All projects can be done in the comfort of your home and we will reimburse for expenses. Some projects we need done are fidget aprons, twiddlemuffs, blankets, bibs, neck pillows, etc. Some of the projects help our dementia and agitated patients. We are also open to your suggestions or ideas for projects.
The special projects:
1) Twiddlemuffs- we are looking for knitters to make twiddlemuffs for our dementia patients. We have a patterns and will reimburse for materials.
2) Fidget blankets- we are looking for sewers/crafters to make fidget blankets for our dementia and agitated patients. They are lap blankets that have a variety of activities for patients to do such as string to tie, zippers to zip, buttons, etc. We do reimburse for materials.
If you have any questions, please let me know. These will be done in your home and we will pick up when complete.
About Grane Hospice
260 Alpha Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15238, US
Our mission is to provide premium comfort care to patients, families and caregivers through an interdisciplinary team approach that understands, respects and meets individual needs. Our vision is to become the leading provider of hospice care. We strive to provide our patients, families and caregivers with the highest level of satisfaction through our strong clinical outcomes and innovative approach by maintaining our core values of devotion, honesty, dignity and respect.
Grane Hospice serves terminally ill patients at the end of their life. We serve patients throughout Southwest PA including Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Indiana, Washington and Westmoreland counties. Our goal is to treat the patient with dignity and respect while making them comfortable. We have a strong team that consists of Grane Hospice support staff and volunteers.
Volunteers are an important part of the team as we provide special physical, emotional, spiritual, and practical needs to both the patient and family. Part of the goal is to provide comfort and dignity while making the patients comfortable. This is achieved in many different ways, some are hands on and some are in the comfort of your home or our office. Put your special skills and talents to use by helping someone in your community on the end their life journey.