Provide support to hospice patients and their caregivers in the home. Volunteers are assigned for weekly visits which typically last up to 3 hours. These visits allow the caregiver to run errands, make appointments, and tend to their own wellbeing. Volunteers provide a compassionate, listening ear for life review and storytelling. They also are there as a calming presence while patients are asleep. If you enjoy meeting new people and are comfortable in a variety of situations, this is a great opportunity for you to serve others!
We are the end-of-life care specialists in Western North Carolina. This is all we do, caring for you and your loved ones through the last years and months of life. We believe innovative treatment and compassionate care go hand in hand. In fact, we are among the few organizations in the country that research and develop comfort care practices and treatments. We lead clinical studies that can help improve our patients’ symptoms and, ultimately, their quality of life.
Four Seasons is nationally recognized for providing exemplary palliative and end-of-life care. We are considered by other health care organizations to be a model for best practices and regularly offer on-campus and distance learning opportunities for other medical professionals. We have pioneered therapy treatments that incorporate music, massage and even pets--all of which have made a significant difference in the lives of our patients.
This broader view of what end-of-life care can do makes us a trusted and valued resource for physicians, other health care professionals, patients and families alike.
Health & Medicine
We'll work with your schedule.
373 Biltmore AveAsheville, NC28803
February 1, 2021
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
In-home visits are 4 hours per week. Arrangements are made with the family when the volunteer is out of town or unavailable.
Proof of Auto Liability coverage, 2-stage TB skin test