We need your talents!
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
57 people are interested
Crossroads Hospice of Philadelphia is searching for volunteers to play a little something for our hospice patients. We are interested in individulals who would like to offer their special talents such as MUSICIANS and SINGERS!
Crossroads Hospice cares for terminally ill patients and families. We provide a caring environment focusing on the physical, spiritual, emotional, and social needs of each patient. We provide care where the patient chooses to reside. This can be in the comfort of their own home, nursing facility, or assited living facility.
Our patients LOVE music and enjoy being entertained. We are searching for special talents to create a moment of joy and to focus on living in the moment! Offering music and singing is theraputic and allows us to increase the quality of life to each patient. Wouldn't you love to be part of such a special program and brighten up a patient's day?
For more information please contact Kimberly Mumper at 215-956-5110.
We service Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Chester, and Delaware counties.
About Crossroads Hospice
523 Plymouth Road, Suite 225, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462, US
Crossroads goal is symptom management and pain control. Hope of remission or cure is never abandoned.The focus is on keeping the patient pain free and giving them a good quality of life for whatever time they may have left with us.
Crossroads cares for patients with life limiting illnesses as well as provides support on many levels to loved ones and caregivers. That care includes the psychological, social and spiritual components of hospice.
Crossroad's staff is available around the clock to consult with the family to make after hour visits as appropriate.
For those patients at home, Crossroads has a respite care program, which places the patient in a temporary facility and allows the family and friends some time away for some much needed rest.
Crossroads also provides a "watch" and "continuous care" program when our patient is most critical.