Iowa Hospice Hosts Volunteer Training
Oskaloosa, IA – Iowa Hospice by Harden Healthcare will hold a volunteer training on Feb. 26, 2013 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 212 1st Ave. E in Oskaloosa. During this training, attendees will learn about the hospice process and various volunteer roles, among other topics that will help a potential volunteer decide if this is the right opportunity.
Iowa Hospice is looking for caring, supportive and energetic volunteers to donate their time, effort and talent to hospice patients and their families. Volunteers can make a difference in several ways, including patient care, bereavement support and office/staff support. Activities are flexible and involvement can be altered to fit the volunteer’s schedule. Those interested in becoming an Iowa Hospice volunteer or with questions about the upcoming training should contact Natasha Long, volunteer coordinator, at 641-676-1799 or email@example.com.
Iowa Hospice was founded in 2005 and provides service to 95 counties throughout Iowa. Through the services provided by Iowa Hospice, patients and their families receive physical, social, emotional and spiritual support. Iowa Hospice is available to anyone with a life-limiting illness, regardless of the ability to pay. Services out of the Oskaloosa office reach patients and families in Appanoose, Davis, Jefferson, Keokuk, Marion, Mahaska, Monroe and Wapello counties. For more information, visit www.iowa-hospice.com or call 1-(800)-HOSPICE. Iowa Hospice is a member of the Harden Healthcare family of companies.