Hospice Volunteers Needed, Casa Grande
ORGANIZATION: Assisteo Hospice
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Hospice addresses the needs of those at end of life, both the patient and their families by utilizing a staff of medical, social, and spiritual professionals. Volunteers are a key part of this team, being with patients and their families without an agenda other than being present and supportive.
Volunteers read to patients, watch movies, write letters, and/or play games with their patients. Most importantly, they listen - to life stories about families, jobs, hopes and dreams realized, and lessons learned.
The Volunteer Coordinator will meet with you for an interview to make sure this will be a good and safe experience. This is followed by a training that includes all aspects of this process - physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social. You will meet members of our team, hear stories that will help with understanding hospice, and at the end, feel comfortable with your assignment.
Monthly supervision is provided (more if needed) for support and safety.
We guarantee that you will learn more about yourself as this you embark and continue on this journey!
Volunteers and staff are asked to have proof of COVID vaccination unless they have a faith or physical exemption. Those who are not vaccinated are required to complete the exemption form and weekly fill out a symptom screening form when seeing patients.
Assisteo has offices in the greater Phoenix and Prescott areas.
About Assisteo Hospice
2929 N. 44th St, Suite 110, Phoenix, AZ 85018, US
At Assisteo, our mission is to provide compassionate, end-of-life care, addressing the physical, social, spiritual, and emotional needs of our patients and their loved ones. With an emphasis on symptom management, our hospice team members will develop a plan of care centered around you and your family’s goals. As we join you in your journey, our hopes are to brighten each day, adding comfort and quality along the way.
Assisteo provides end of life care to those in need of those services. Our staff includes our Medical Director, RNs, LPNs, CNAs, Chaplains, Social Workers, Veterans Advocate, Volunteer Coordinator, and Volunteers. What makes our hospice one that stands out from others is the quality of staff, quality of care, and deep and abiding respect for the process that our patients and their families are going through. Patients and families are key and most important component of our treatment team.
Multiple locations Casa Grande, AZ 85122
April 27, 2022
- Hospice Care
- Veteran Care
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Most volunteers see patients 2 hours each visit, 3 - 4 times each month. This varies on the needs of the patient and the time desire of the volunteer.
- TB test. verification of COVID vaccination. If there is a religious or physical exemption, completed exemption form and weekly symptom screening forms are required.