4 people are interested
In-Direct Hospice Volunteer - Mobile County
4 people are interested
Volunteers make their own schedule!
These are volunteers who provide education in the community and enrichment comfort items for our patients and families without having direct contact. They are part of a group or work independently. Indirect care activities encompass charitable tasks that support the needs of the patients and families while working with the agency staff on special projects.
Some Indirect activities might include:
* Presenting at health fairs or other locations
* Providing community education
* Making blankets, dignity scarves, bereavement bears, cards, creating Chart A Life posters, or helping with celebrations
* Making a requested meal, birthday cake, holiday tradition
107 St. Francis Street,, Mobile, AL 36602, US
Hospice: It’s at the Heart of What We Do. Amedisys delivers individualized, compassionate hospice care and support for our patients and their families. Our support system of medical, social, psychological and spiritual services promotes dignity and affirms quality of life. As a hospice professional, you have the opportunity to allow patients to live each day of their lives to the fullest. Apply today to join our family and provide comfort and support to those who need it the most.
Hospice is compassionate care and comfort toward the end of life. Ask any of our patients, and they’ll likely tell you the volunteers who visit them touch their hearts. They look forward to the visits and the compassionate caring volunteers bring. If you have a passion for caring for others and are looking for a way to make a difference in people’s lives, consider becoming a hospice volunteer. What Does a Hospice Volunteer Do? The activities you will do may be many and varied: from reading at a patient’s bedside, knitting lap blankets, running errands, helping with administrative duties, and providing emotional support for the patient/family such as providing breaks for family and friend caregivers. Don't Worry About Training! Becoming a Hospice Volunteer can feel like a big step, and we’re here to help. That’s why we support all our volunteers with an orientation and training program that helps you know what to do. Who Can Volunteer? It’s our philosophy that Hospice Volunteers are part of our caregiver team. To maintain quality care for our patients and families, we have a few requirements of our hospice volunteers such as a background check, references, a statement of health and a commitment to serve for 1 -4 hours a week for six months.
11 North Water StreetSuite 11225Mobile, AL 36602
September 15, 2021
- Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
- Public Relations
- Administrative Support
- Hospice Care
- Veteran Care
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- Volunteers make their own schedule!