Care Team

Meeting the unique needs of patients and their families.

Comprehensive Care

We fully support patients and their families providing caregiver support. Although no hospice service can be in the home 24 hours a day, visits from the Residential Hospice care team may be as often as every day of the week. Should loved ones require additional caregiver help, we can assist in finding the support you need.

It Takes a diverse team

We’re ready to meet almost any unique care need of patients and their families.

Bereavement support is offered at no cost to families and caregivers. Residential Hospice’s trained staff is ready to provide support on your new path of healing. The loss does not disappear, but sharing the burden can give us strength. We offer comprehensive bereavement activities for families and friends.

Make a Difference as a Hospice Volunteer

Volunteers at Residential Hospice make a world of difference for patients and caregivers. No matter what their role, Residential Hospice volunteers are dedicated to ensuring that each patient and his or her family are treated with compassion and dignity throughout their journey.

The things you will do

Hospice volunteers may visit the home or long-term care facility and spend time reading or talking to the patient, writing letters, taking walks, or recording the patient’s personal story for future generations.

Our volunteers provide comfort and support in many ways, including relieving primary caregivers from their daily routines. They can further support the family with shopping, cooking and light housekeeping, yard work, running errands — even lending a much-appreciated ear to family members who just need someone to listen.

Everyone has a special talent — quilting, writing poetry, cooking — and a special way of bringing comfort to those in need. Residential Hospice patients and families are especially touched when volunteers share these meaningful gifts at such a critical point in their lives.

At Residential Hospice, we recognize that grief has no timeline and that each experience is unique. Our volunteers are trained to work closely with our professional bereavement staff, providing a host of support services that help individuals and families cope at every stage of loss.

Volunteers with clerical skills are a valuable addition to our team. Among the many office duties they perform are preparing and processing mail, sending emails, coordinating printing, and answering phones. These are all important contributions that keep our programs running smoothly.

Ready To Answer The Call?

Please complete this brief interest form, and we will contact you about volunteer options.

Honor your loved one.

Help families in need of compassionate care.