Family Respite Volunteers
Precise Personalized Care Hospice
So many families just need a few hours to take a break, run errands, go to an appointment for themselves. But the obvious is, they can't leave their loved one home alone. That is where a hospice volunteer that desires to make a difference in someone else's life can be so valuable. Hospice Volunteers can dedicate as little or as much time as they wish. Some volunteers devote several hours each week while others commit to a few hours each month. All hospice volunteers receive training to ensure that they feel comfortable performing their requested/assigned care activities.
Listed below are examples of common hospice duties:
Being present with the patient to allow their caregivers to rest and/or run errands.
Listening to the patient. They may share stories, concerns, regrets, and/or areas of thankfulness with you. You may have opportunities to engage the patient to share their life story.
Engaging in the patients hobbies- perhaps reading to them, listening to music discussing past/current events or simply play board games or watching TV.
About Precise Personalized Care Hospice
6009 Beltline Rd. Ste 240, Dallas, TX 75254, US
MISSION STATEMENT PPC Hospice "Strives to provide the most effective, personalized, palliative and compassionate care by placing the needs of our patients and families of upmost priority."
Precise Personalized Care Hospice strives to be an integral part of the palliative needs of the Dallas-Fort Worth area for those people coming to the end of their life's journey through our hospice program.
Founded in 2017, PPC's mission is "To provide the most effective, personalized, palliative and compassionate care by placing the needs of our patients and families of utmost importance. Our goal is to provide our "White Glove Treatment" to all of our patients and their families alike ensuring that their end of life transition will be unforgettable. We strive to train our team to provide consistent, compassionate and empathetic care that will render life-changing care even in death.