Hospice of Charleston is the oldest and largest hospice program in Charleston, SC. Volunteers are a vital part of the Hospice of Charleston team! Whether you have limited time to give or you have a more flexible schedule, Hospice of Charleston has many meaningful volunteer opportunities available to serve our patients. You will provide emotional support to patients through companionship, reading aloud, life review and engaging in activities of interest to the patient. You may also provide support to the families through respite care, shopping, cooking and light housekeeping, for example. In the absence or request by family, 11th Hour volunteers may be used to sit with patients who are close to death in their homes or contracted facilities. These volunteers are likely to provide light touch, play soft music, or read aloud while providing a loving presence at the bedside during this sacred time. It is our desire that none of our patients are alone when they complete their journey!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Hospice of Charleston
4975 Lacross Rd. Suite 200, North Charleston, SC 29406, US
To provide compassionate care to those we serve during the end of life's journey through our commitment to clinical excellence and uncompromising service.
Hospice of Charleston provides services to terminally ill patients with a wide range of diagnoses. Hospice of Charleston offers palliative care and support to all terminally ill patients and their families without regard for diagnosis, gender, national origin, race, creed, sexual orientation, disability, age, or place of residence. In harmony with the hospice concept, Odyssey provides intensive treatment of the physical and emotional pain and symptoms. This palliative care focuses on enhancing a patient's comfort and overall quality of life and is provided in the patient's home, a nursing home, or hospital.
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Veterans & Military Families
We'll work with your schedule.
4975 Lacross Road #200North Charleston, SC29406
June 22, 2020
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Typical commitment is once a week for 2 hours, but can be tailored to fit volunteer and patient needs.