Talbot Hospice will hold its bi-annual Volunteer Training the evenings of October 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 2019. If you are interested in giving back to our community in a meaningful way, consider becoming a Talbot Hospice Volunteer. Perhaps you love to cook or garden. Maybe you play a musical instrument. Companion volunteers visit patients in their homes and in facilities, make check-in phone calls, shop for groceries, and transport patients to appointments and on errands. If you love to cook, we are seeking individuals to help cook breakfast and dinner, especially weekends. Other roles include musicians, greeters, Hospice House caregivers (especially weekends), and gardeners.
Topics covered during training include hospice purpose and philosophy, volunteer roles, spirituality at end of life, death and dying, listening skills and boundaries, family dynamics, cultural diversity, and grief.
If you’ve been looking for your passion and calling and would like to learn more about volunteering at Talbot Hospice, contact Ginni Blackiston, Director of Volunteer Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-822-6681, or visit TalbotHospice.org/Volunteer.
Founded in 1981, Talbot Hospice is the premier resource for hospice, palliative care, and grief support services in Talbot County and is the 2019 Talbot Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Nonprofit.