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AccentCare of Colorado Hospice
AccentCare Hospice is seeking compassionate volunteers to provide companionship to hospice patients who live in the Longmont area. Volunteers are truly the heart of hospice and are an important part of our hospice team. Hospice is specialized care that helps manage symptoms at the end of someone's life. We serve people in their homes or wherever they call home in Larimer, Weld, Boulder and Adams Counties. We are especially in need to volunteers to visit patients in the Greeley/Longmont area. Hospice uses an interdisciplinary team of nurses, social workers, chaplains, nursing assistants and volunteers to bring comfort, support and guidance to patients and families walking the end-of-life journey. Our hospice volunteers will have many opportunities to make a difference in our community. No experience with hospice is necessary - we will provide all the training you need to become a hospice volunteer - so give us a call or send us an email now to get the process started! Along with some other paperwork requirements, we do require a background check, TB test and drug screen.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About AccentCare of Colorado Hospice
1180 Main Street, Suite 9, Windsor, CO 80550, US
Our compassionate, qualified teams partner with community healthcare providers to deliver consistently exceptional care for patients and their families.
Hospice affirms life. Hospice exists to provide aupport and care for persons living with a serious illness so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible. Hospice is specialized care that provides supportive care directed towards enhancing quality of life. Together with the patient and family, the interdisciplinary caregiving team focuses on the individual's physical symptoms as well as the emotional and spiritual concerns of the patient and family.
Understanding that it is a privilege to accompany patients and families on this unique journey, hospice strives to uphold the patient's personal dignity and to ever sustain hope.