Bereavement Phone Calls
Freedom Palliative Hospice Care - San Antonio
During COVID, Bereavement looks different. Especially with people not being able to visit loved ones.
I am looking for 1-2 special people who have the ability to talk to someone that lost their loved one. Follow up on how they are coping and being a listening ear.
This is for someone who has previous experience with grief and or counseling or the right person who has this ability.
You will be working closely with our Chaplain. There will be extra training.
If you can be the light in the darkness and aren't afraid to talk about it, please reach out!
This can be done from your home or at our office.
We are open M-F from 8-5. If you are working from home you have the opportunity for extended hours.
This will need to be a weekly task.
I look forward to hearing from you!
About Freedom Palliative Hospice Care - San Antonio
10101 Reunion Place, San Antonio, TX 78216, US
Freedom Hospice "Large enough to serve, small enough to care." Hospice is a philosophy of care. The hospice philosophy accepts death as the final stage of life. Our agency provides supportive, compassionate palliative care given at the end of life. Our goal is that our patients live their last days with dignity and quality of life by managing pain and symptoms while surrounded by their loved ones. Freedom Hospice offers warm hearts, open minds and generous spirits.
Freedom Hospice offers hospice service in the Dallas/ Fort Worth, Cleburne, Texarkana, San Antonio and other extended areas around those locations.
Hospice care is managed through a medically directed interdisciplinary team approach. Our team provides the patient and family with the best possible compassionate care. The interdisciplinary team develops a patient specific plan of care for each individual.
The hospice team consists of physicians, nurses, social workers, nursing assistants, chaplains, bereavement coordinators, volunteer coordinators and trained hospice volunteers.