Kindred at Home - Hospice embraces the traditional hospice concept of family-oriented care.
We focus on the patient's comfort and quality of living in life's final months.
Our team of nurses, aides, chaplain, volunteers, social workers and medical director provide the highest level of compassionate care to people with life limiting illnesses and their caregivers.
You can help Hospice patients in different ways:
1. Companionship to patients Hospice volunteers enhance and support the quality of the lives of hospice patients and their loved ones. Your visits offer companionship and support to patients and respite care to caregivers. You might encourage someone to talk about her life, write a letter, play a game or read a psalm from the bible.
2. Sharing Special Gifts and Talents: Volunteers offer their time and skills in the areas of art, music, alternative healing modalities, pet companionship, hairdressing. Do you have something to offer that is not listed here? Call us!
3. Support at the Hospice office: Filing, assembling admission packets, telephoning. These support activities really help us!