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Life Source Services Hospice

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Hospice Volunteer Bedside Companion
Your company is always welcomed!

Life Source Hospice provides services to patients who reside in a Bergen County (NJ) nursing home or at their own home. Volunteers primarily serve as friendly visitors to elderly terminally ill patients. Depending on the patient's functioning level, the volunteer may listen/speak to the patient, read, write letters, pray, or watch TV with the patient. Volunteers may also interact with the patient's family members.

Volunteers are expected to visit patients 2 hours a week, during the daytime in the work week or weekend (volunteer can choose).

Volunteers are requested to submit brief patient notes, one day after visitation.

Training and ongoing supervision is provided by experienced healthcare professionals.

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About Life Source Services Hospice


700 Kinderkamack Road, Oradell, NJ 07649, US

Mission Statement

Tax Number: 912086460 Mission Statement: The Life Source Services Hospice Team uses their talent and heart to give quality to life, and set the standard for excellence in care, in order to share with all, the privilege of experiencing the dignity and wholeness of death.


Life Source Services Hospice is based in Oradell, NJ and services patients through out Bergen County. Our patients reside in senior care facilities or in their own homes. The majority of patients are 75+ years old and about half of them have some degree of dementia.

Life Source Services Hospice's goal is to provide support and care for persons in the last phases of incurable disease so that they may live as fully and as comfortably as possible. The multidisciplinary team includes the Medical Director, nurses, social workers, chaplains, volunteers, and home health aides. Counseling and bereavement services are available to family members. Volunteers serve an important role in providing socialization for patients who are often lonely and anxious. Volunteers also provide companionship for family members.

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We'll work with your schedule.


700 Kinderkamack RoadOradell, NJ 07649


  • Hospice Care




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 2 hours per week
  • Volunteer has flexibility to schedule visits during daytime hours, weekdays or weekends.

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