1 person is interested
ORGANIZATION: Kindred Hospice Lancaster
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1 person is interested
Volunteers are treated like employees with the exception of receiving financial payment. Kindred strives to provide comfort, compassion, dignity, and peace to terminally ill patients and their families through a holistic approach to physical, spiritual, and emotional care by professionally trained hospice teams and specialized community resources. Our volunteers are a part of that team. The volunteer’s role in hospice care includes patient/family and/or administrative support. Volunteers can provide direct support in the patient’s home or a nursing facility with the purpose of companionship and/or caregiver relief. Some volunteers help the family/patient celebrate special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays. Administrative volunteers primarily work in our hospice office filing and/or assisting with mailings.
About Kindred Hospice Lancaster
1891 Santa Barbara Drive Ste #201, Lancaster, PA 17601, US
To serve all people during the end of life's journey.
Kindred Hospice...Big hearts. Better care.
Kindred Hospice provides support and care to persons in the last stages of a life limiting illness or disease. As a team, our focus is on enhancing our patients' comfort level and overall quality of life. Care can be provided in a variety of settings such as home, assisted living facilities, nursing homes and hospitals.
We strive to create a unique care plan for each of our patients that enlists the expertise of Registered Nurses, Spiritual Care Counselors, Home Health Aides, Medical Social Workers, Registered Dieticians, Volunteers, and Bereavement Counselors.
Multiple locations Lancaster, PA 17603
April 19, 2022
- Elder care
- Administrative Support
- Bereavement Support
- Hospice Care
- Community Outreach
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- We are looking for volunteer's in the Lancaster County area. We appreciate the time you are able to give and do not have a limit.
- Application, interview, consent to a drug screen, sign the Volunteer Commitment and Confidentiality agreement, complete orientation with training specific to the role selected (direct patient support and and/or administrative support)