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Calling All Seamstress'/Sewists/Sewologists/Sewing Enthusiasts

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ORGANIZATION: AccentCare (Formerly Texas Home Health)

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We are searching for skilled Sewers/Seamstress'/Sew-ologists to help make Memory Bears for our Hospice patients and their families. **Groups Are Welcomed**

Memory Bears are usually made in remembrance of a loved one or as a keepsake to pass from one generation to another. In making a memory bear, old clothes are transformed into a beautiful and comforting bear. Memory Bears make excellent Sympathy Gifts, Memorial Gifts and Bereavement Gifts.


ALL POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERS MUST SUBMIT AN APPLICATION, BACKGROUND CHECK (at no cost to the volunteer), DRUG SCREENING (at no cost to the volunteer) AND TRAINING/ORIENTATION.

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About AccentCare (Formerly Texas Home Health)

Location:

8876 Gulf Fwy, Suite #330, Houston, TX 77017, US

Mission Statement

AccentCare (formerly Texas Home Health) understands the end of life challenges for patients and their family members. We work closely with patients, their loved ones and physicians to provide hospice care in the familiar comfort of home. Our compassionate, qualified teams partner with community health care providers to deliver consistently exceptional care for patients and their families.

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MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF PATIENTS!!!

Volunteers are an integral part of the AccentCare (formerly Texas Home Health Hospice) team, providing compassion and care when it is needed most. As the heart and hands of the hospice team, they provide a special kind of caring to patients, families, and staff through helping to make the hospice experience manageable and rewarding.

Men, women, and young people of all ages and backgrounds can volunteer in a variety of roles.

Volunteer as:

  • Patient/Family Care Volunteer
  • Office/Administrative Volunteer
  • Pet Therapy Volunteer
  • Bereavement Volunteer
  • Veteran Volunteer
  • Reiki Volunteer
  • Music Therapy Volunteer

ALL POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERS MUST SUBMIT AN APPLICATION. *** ALL POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERS MUST UNDERGO A BACKGROUND CHECK, TAKE A TB TEST, DRUG TESTING AND ORIENTATION/TRAINING PRIOR TO START***
(ALL TESTS AND SCREENINGS ARE AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE VOLUNTEER).

CAUSE AREAS

Community
Seniors
Veterans & Military Families
Community, Seniors, Veterans & Military Families

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Multiple locations Spring, TX 77389

(30.10142,-95.50925)
 

SKILLS

  • Knitting
  • Quilting
  • Sewing

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • ALL POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERS MUST SUBMIT AN APPLICATION, BACKGROUND CHECK (at no cost to the volunteer), DRUG SCREENING (at no cost to the volunteer) AND TRAINING/ORIENTATION.

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