WesleyLife Hospice is looking for individuals to help provide extra support to patients and caregivers during this isolating time.
Opportunities Available Include:
Companion Calls - Regularly scheduled calls to provide companionship through conversation with the patient or caregiver
Tuck-in Calls - Weekly calls to check-in with the patient or caregiver to ensure all needs are met before the weekend (scripts provided and calls should be placed on Thursday's)
1 Year Anniversary of Death Bereavement Calls - call the bereaved loved ones to let them know we are still thinking of them and that are bereavement services are still available to them
WesleyLife Hospice volunteers are required to complete a volunteer application, pass a background check, and complete hospice and dependent adult abuse training. Other requirements may be added if the volunteer takes on another role within WesleyLife Hospice.
If you would like more information please contact Sarah Underwood, Volunteer Coordinator at 515.661.4450 or email@example.com. Thank you for your interest in volunteering with WesleyLife Hospice!
One of our volunteers shares about what it means to volunteer for WesleyLife Hospice: "Being a volunteer for WesleyLife Hospice means the world to me. I have personally been through hospice with multiple family members, and being a volunteer for hospice now means I can make the experience pleasing for others. To know you are helping someone and comforting them makes me feel very happy to be a volunteer. The best part of being a volunteer is being there for someone who might not have anyone, and letting them know they are not alone. The connections I have made through volunteering are some that I will cherish and be thankful for." - Lindsey
Guided by Christian compassion, we support the independence, health and well-being of older adults wherever they call home.
We believe everyone should have the opportunity to live a life of continued growth, experience, engagement, and meaning, regardless of physical, social, or economic circumstances. Aging is an opportunity. The second half of life can be the best half!
Our comprehensive network of services is designed to fulfill the wishes of older adults to remain independent and active wherever they choose to live. Because we have a vision of transforming the aging experience, we focus not on limitations, but on possibilities.
We strive to be the thread that leads families to better solutions and binds them with the strength and support they need to maintain loving and healthy relationships. At WesleyLife, we celebrate a spirit for living!
Health & Medicine
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
March 23, 2021
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Calls made be placed weekly or every other week
Background Check, hospice and dependent adult abuse training