VIRTUAL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
South Valley Hospice
Show seniors that they are loved by making cards, sending emails, and making crafts.
Because of the Corona Virus, our volunteer visits to patients have been stopped. Also, our office has been restricted to a few workers. Seniors are sitting alone in their rooms without even being allowed visits from their families.
Here is where you come in. You can show them they are loved and appreciated by making them cards and sending emails. Brighten up their rooms with decorations, and give them comfort with wheel chair pillows. One volunteer is even making puzzles for them to do. Some are writing stories for them to read. We want to bring smiles to their faces.
We also have a need for people to make educational videos. Make videos and/or interesting interactive curriculum for volunteer training. I would like the volunteers to get their training online watching and interacting with something fun and engaging. After all, volunteering should be enjoyable!
Tech: Make assessments to go along with ongoing training that can be filled out online, and then printed and put into their folders.
Any project: Your choice!
Any hours you give will help a LOT!
Here is what the volunteers have been doing already: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Pbuhyknpy477iRYziNLz_8iczLsxhphvO3hjv-6JCmY/edit?usp=sharing
I hope you can join us!
About South Valley Hospice
30851 AGOURA RD STE 105, Agoura, CA 91301, US
SVH believes in the sacred dignity of human life and that a terminally ill person has the right to decide and to direct their own care in their home or in the environment of choice. SVH provides physical, emotional, and spiritual support to patients and their families emphasizing quality of life when the quantity of life is limited. Our professional health care team includes our Medical Director, attending physicians, social workers, registered nurses, home health aids, chaplain, and volunteers who all strive to work together with the patient and family members with the ultimate goal of keeping the patient comfortable, free as possible from pain and anxiety, allowing the patient to die peacefully and with dignity.
- Quality - committing to excellence to be the very best in all we do.
- Passion - providing care and service to all with whom we come in contact.
- Diversity - striving to create collaboration, cooperation, and productivity by appreciating unique skills and abilities, and treating others with respect.
- Integrity - adhering to moral and ethical principles, soundness of character, honesty, and fairness.