Music volunteers provide the gift of music to hospice patients in private homes or nursing and assisted living facilities. Volunteers provide music companionship to people who may no longer be able to play music themselves. Volunteers can either play for a specific patient/family or for a group of residents at a facility.
Instruments can include:
Guitar (acoustic preferred)
Woodwind & brass instruments
All other instruments appropriate for small spaces (please inquire)
Groups and bands are welcome!
ALL volunteers must:
complete a volunteer application & training
pass a background check, TB test & fingerprinting
have a valid driver's license
be 16 years of age or older
If you are interested, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Sarah Cooley. firstname.lastname@example.org 405-418-2659
8241 S Walker Ave, Ste 204, Oklahoma City, OK 73139, US
Oklahoma Palliative & Hospice Care is a community based hospice care organization dedicated to hospice care and focused on meeting or exceeding our patients’ individual medical, emotional and spiritual needs, while making each remaining moment as meaningful as possible.
Possible Oklahoma Palliative & Hospice Care hospice volunteer opportunities include:
Activity Volunteers - Provide assistance to patients with activities (i.e., play games, afternoon tea, reading, knitting).
Direct Patient Care Volunteers - Trained volunteers visit or telephone patients and families at home, in nursing homes, assisted living facilities or inpatient units.
Hair Care Volunteers - Trained patient-care volunteers provide haircuts, shampoos and styling to patients and families. The hair care volunteers must have a current cosmetology license.
Pet Volunteers - Screened and trained pets and their volunteer handlers visit patients and provide socialization, comfort, and more.
Music Volunteers - Trained patient care volunteers provide support to the patient and family by singing or playing a musical instrument.
Photography Volunteers - These volunteers provide comfort and support by taking professional pictures of patients and families. The photography volunteer will provide a picture CD to families.