Can Your Dog Hold its Licker-- Animal Companion Needed for Hospice Patients
ORGANIZATION: HealthONE Hospice and Family Care
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We need Certified Animal Companions to visit our hospice patients in the Colorado Springs area. As you know, a wagging tail can make all the difference in a patient's day. Must be a certified Animal Companion, have up-to-date shots and insurance-- and of course, must be able to handle their "licker." Animal Companion "parents" must complete a background check, drug screen and two-step TB Test, possess a current driver's license, and proof of insurance.
We provide an individualized program of physical, emotional and practical care for each patient, with an emphasis on pain control and symptom management.
For more information please call / email Cesslie Joy Pharr: 719-268-2582 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About HealthONE Hospice and Family Care
Multiple locations throughout Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO 80906, US
Our hospice volunteers make a tremendous and positive difference in the lives of hospice patients, their families, our staff-- everyone they meet. You are specifically trained to support the hospice patient in a variety of ways: help in our admin office, sit with patients, play cards, play an instrument, sing, tell jokes, talk with families, provide spiritual care, or even sit vigil with an actively dying person. Our hospice volunteers provide compassionate companionship to those facing terminal illness.
We put the patient and family first, and we recognize our staff make a positive difference in their lives. Hospice Volunteers provide compassionate companionship in a variety of ways to hospice patients throughout the Colorado Springs area. Self-paced training and flexible scheduling. For Patient Safety: must pass a background check, drug screen, 2-step TB test. Possess a valid driver's license and current insurance (if you drive to patient's location).
Colorado Springs areaColorado Springs, CO 80918
August 4, 2022
- Animal Therapy
- Hospice Care
- Veteran Care
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Verbal / Written Communication
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- spent an hour or more (depending on your schedule) visiting our hospice patients with your animal companion
- must pass a background check, drug screen and TB test. Animal companion must be a certified through an accredited program