Pictured Above: Helen Henson and Francis Junk organize patient files.
Where Do Volunteers Fit In? Hospice of Fayette County works as a team. We provide 24/7 services to our patients through our clinical and office departments. Volunteers help in all departments and we could not function without volunteers. You can help make a difference. How Can I Volunteer?
- Home visits: Visit with our patients in their home. This could mean watching t.v. with someone, be a friendly voice to speak with or ear to listen, playing games, giving caregivers time off and patients a safe time to rest. Our home visit volunteers are much needed and much loved by our patients and their families.
- Skilled Nursing Facility visits (SNF visits): Visit with residents one on one at a SNF, visit our patients who live in a SNF, help activity directors with games or activities.
- Bereavement team: Hospice of Fayette County provides a 13 month bereavement program for those affected by a loss. Our volunteers help by sending mailings to those in the program or making calls.
- Office help: Come to the Hospice of Fayette County office and help with a variety of duties.
We provide any and all training that you may need as a Hospice of Fayette County volunteer!
Interested in Becoming a Volunteer?
Let us know!
Mary Ann Smith
Meet Our Volunteers
Become a Volunteer!
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