Non-medical Hospice Volunteer - Direct Patient
ORGANIZATION: Amedisys Hospice
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Volunteers get to make their own schedule!
Our Non-medical Hospice Direct Care Volunteer provides support to patients living with a terminal illness, in addition to their caregivers and family. Support is provided in a variety of ways, including companionship, socialization, and caregiver relief. There is no medical background needed - our Hospice volunteers do not interact with the patient in any medical or personal hygiene capacity (i.e., volunteers do not give baths, get the patient in/out of bed, or to/from the bathroom, give medication).
Some examples of what a Direct Care Volunteer has the opportunity to do:
- Provide companionship
- Socialization and/or support to hospice patients and their families/caregivers
- Reading to the patient
- Playing games
- Writing letters to or on behalf of the patient
- Assisting with light household duties (watering plants, walking pets, washing dishes, emptying and taking out the garbage, etc.
Volunteers make their own schedule! We do ask for about 2 hours per visit.
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About Amedisys Hospice
6601 Winchester Ave, Suite 203, Kansas City, MO 64113, US
OUR MISSION IS: TO PROVIDE COST-EFFICIENT, QUALITY HOSPICE SERVICES TO THE PATIENTS ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE
Amedisys is a leading provider of home healthcare and hospice services, focused on providing professional and personalized care for each and every patient in the comfort of his or her home. Our patients are the number one reason we are here and our commitment is to care for you or your loved ones as we would our own.
A hospice volunteer is a special part of the hospice team. If you have a desire to make a difference in the lives of the terminally ill or those who are grieving by giving of your time to assist a patient, family member, or our office staff, then you have the qualities we're looking for in our volunteers. Volunteering includes making scrap books, blankets, cards, treats, reading, writing, visiting, and much much more.
New hospice volunteers participate in free training that provides information regarding the hospice philosophy of care.
Multiple locations Kansas City, MO 64117
February 27, 2023
- Bereavement Support
- Patient Care
- Hospice Care
- Veteran Care
- People Skills
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- Volunteers make their own schedule! We do ask for about 2 hours per visit.