Volunteer Chaperone Opportunity
St. Agnes Hospital
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
5 people are interested
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS!!!
The Saint Agnes Health Institute received a grant to implement a Volunteer Chaperone Program for older adults and adults with disabilities who come to our clinics and doctor's offices via our Lyft program. Some of these patients could use assistance helping them from their home doorstep to the door of the Lyft car and then from the Lyft to the hospital door and back home again.
This little extra support, we hope, will help with keeping appointments and also improving overall health.
If you are interested but not comfortable riding in the Lyft car with the patient(preferred with precautions), there are funds available to pay for your own Lyft ride. Then you would follow the patient after helping them into their car.
If that is still not enough social distancing for you we are also looking for volunteers to make phone calls. Volunteers will call the patients in advance to remind them of their upcoming Lyft ride and call again to make sure they got home.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About St. Agnes Hospital
900 South Caton Ave., Box #023, Baltimore, MD 21229, US
We, St. Agnes Hospital, commit ourselves to spiritually-centered health care which is rooted in the healing ministry of Jesus. In the spirit of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, and in collaboration with others, we continually reach out to all persons in our community with a special concern for those who are poor and vulnerable. As a Catholic health care ministry and member of Ascension Health, we are dedicated to the art of healing to sustain and improve the lives of the individuals, families, and communities we serve. We advocate for a just society. Through our words and deeds, we minister in an atmosphere of deep respect, love, and compassion.
St. Agnes was the first Catholic hospital in Baltimore. Founded in 1862 by the Daughters of Charity, St. Agnes was originally organized for the nursing care of the poor. Today the 407-bed community teaching hospital is one part of an integrated delivery system known as St. Agnes HealthCare