Vigil Volunteers needed

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ORGANIZATION: Gentiva Hospice of Neosho, MO

The Vigil Volunteer offers companionship, comfort and presence to patients during the time
immediately prior to their death. Support can be provided to patients who have no family to be with
them or to provide support and guidance to families and caregivers, helping to relieve the unknown; this
may also include staff if the patient resides at a facility. Support is provided in a variety of ways,
including being a calm presence, talking and listening to the family/ caregivers, or sharing silence.
The Vigil Volunteer should express understanding of Hospice philosophy following appropriate training and be familiar with the dying process, i.e. recognize when death is imminent. He/ she will receive additional education/ training on anticipatory grief, empathetic presence, reflective listening, and the rights of the dying. He/ she must be a strong communicator, be comfortable around death and be able to maintain composure in stressful situations. He/ she must also be willing to be called for assignment on short-notice and have some
flexibility with scheduling.

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About Gentiva Hospice of Neosho, MO


101 E. Main St., Neosho, MO 64850, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is our purpose and our reason for being: To provide exceptional care with empathy for our patients and their families so they may live with comfort, dignity and respect.


Our vision is our aspiration and describes who we want to be as a company:

To be the first choice of patients, families, healthcare providers and associates for home care services.

And our values are our deeply held beliefs of the ways we commit to working, who we say we are, and how we work toward a common goal.

Compassion: Provide patients and families exceptional care with sensitivity and empathy.

Respect: Treat everyone - patients, families and each other - with dignity and grace.

Integrity: Maintain the highest standard of professional and personal ethics and be worthy of our patients’ trust.

Teamwork: Value the contributions of all and be accountable to each other and our organization.

Excellence: Never settle for good enough. Deliver the best possible outcomes through the highest quality service.


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Advocacy & Human Rights, Faith-Based, Seniors


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Multiple locations Aurora, MO 65605



  • Elder care
  • Hospice Care
  • People Skills


  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Great flexibility with scheduling volunteer visits. It depends on your availability & patient/family needs.
  • Application w/ 2 references, Drug Screen, TB Skin test, Reliable Transportation

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