Pemi-Baker Hospice & Home Health Announces Upcoming Hospice Volunteer Training.
Pemi-Baker Hospice & Home Health is excited to announce their upcoming Hospice Volunteer Training, providing an opportunity for community members to become hospice volunteers and experience the rewarding journey of giving back to those in need.
Volunteering has proven benefits, including stress reduction, combating depression, mental stimulation, and a sense of purpose. Pemi-Baker Hospice recognizes the invaluable impact of volunteers in supporting families and individuals during challenging times.
Our dedicated volunteers come from diverse professional backgrounds, representing the 32 towns served by Pemi-Baker. Many volunteers have a personal connection to someone who has benefited from hospice care, driving their passion to contribute to the well-being of other families in their community.
In response to patient requests, Pemi-Baker is also actively seeking male volunteers and individuals with a military background. This initiative aims to expand the range of support available to our Veteran patients, ensuring a more comprehensive and tailored approach to their unique needs.
No matter your background, hospice volunteers play a crucial role in supporting families in various ways, including reading to patients, writing letters, relieving family caregivers, light housekeeping, assisting with outside chores, walking dogs, or cooking meals. Regardless of the time commitment, whether it’s 1-2 hours per week or per month, every contribution is valuable.
The Hospice Volunteer Training program is a 5-week session scheduled from 2-4 pm on Tuesdays, starting February 13th through March 12th. The training is free of charge and open to anyone interested in making a meaningful difference in the lives of those facing end-of-life challenges.
To register for the training, please contact Angie Burke, Volunteer Coordinator, by February 8th, at 603-536-2232 or via email at email@example.com.
Pemi-Baker Hospice & Home Health encourages individuals to embrace the opportunity to make a positive impact in their community by becoming a hospice volunteer. Together, we can create a supportive network that enhances the quality of life for patients and their families.