Patient Thrives on Hospice Care with Veteran Volunteer
Joe MacDonald's health rebounded on hospice care. He especially enjoyed the companionship of his Veteran-to-Veteran volunteer Tom Pendergast.
Care Dimensions Veteran-to-Veteran Volunteer Program Gives Back
Therapy Dog Brings Joy to Patients
Volunteer Cynthia Turover and her pet therapy dog Louie make the day a little brighter when for patients.
Patient Treasures His Volunteer Visits
Frank Medeiros, a 30-year volunteer, brought companionship to a patient by driving him through Nahant or to a Rockport candy store for saltwater taffy.
Music at the Bedside
We now have a volunteer-trained group of singers who can sing at the bedside of a patient. These singers visit patients in teams of two or three and provide comfort by singing to patients at end of life.
Rose Moniz Makes Hospice Volunteering a Family Priority
The Surprising Joys of Hospice Work
Hospice Volunteer: 'This Work is Undeniably Important'
Hospice Patient Grateful His Poetry Preserved by Volunteer
Volunteering for Hospice Brings Many Rewards
Hospice Volunteer: Just Be Present. That’s Enough.
Life Has Greater Meaning as Hospice Volunteer
Volunteering to Help Fellow Veterans on Hospice
Volunteering Your Time Means Everything to Hospice Patients
How Volunteering for Hospice Changed My Life
Son, Mom Pay it Forward at Grief Camp
From Hospital Nurse to Hospice Reiki Volunteer
Committed to Volunteering, Making a Difference
Community Volunteers’ Knitting, Sewing Bring Comfort to Hospice Patients
The next training sessions start in early 2020.
Complete your online application today or contact us with any questions. For more information about training in Danvers, contact Fran Clements at 978-750-9349, or FClements@caredimensions.org. If interested in Lincoln trainings, contact Abby Langmead at 781-373-6583 or ALangmead@caredimensions.org.