Nursing, physical therapy and other medical services after medical treatment
Relief from pain and other symptoms during a serious illness
Comfort and compassion for patients and loved ones at the end-of-life
Private Duty Services is continuous nursing for medically fragile patients
Help at home with chores, self-care or other activities of daily living


A Rewarding Way to Spend Your Time

Assisted Hospice is always looking for committed and caring people to add to our team of volunteers. If you have an interest in patient care; if you have special talents you would like to share; or if you can lend a hand in an office setting, you should consider becoming a part of our volunteer team as an a Volunteer.

Assisted Hospice Volunteer Program are members of a dedicated team who strive to provide extra love and comfort to terminally ill patients and their families. Assisted Volunteer Program is committed to the dignity of patients and their families.

With Only 60 Minutes

Turn your interests and hobbies into meaningful, fulfilling moments. Dedicate as little as 60 minutes of your time a week to patients who need your companionship. You decide how much time you are able to devote and we’ll match your interests and schedule.

Do you like to read? Are you in a book club? Then why not read to one of our patients! Play a musical instrument; why not play for one of our patients? No particular interests or hobbies? You can lend a hand in our office. Fill out the volunteer application to get started!

Hospice Volunteer Activities Anyone Can Do

  • Companionship
  • Supportive Listening and Conversation
  • Applying Holistic Therapies Reading or Other Activities of Interest
  • Support with Life Review (reminiscing, sharing stories, pictures, etc.)
  • Assistance with Documenting One’s Life Story
  • Support with Audio or Video Taping of Treasured Messages for One’s Family
  • Letter Writing
  • Assisting the Patient with Projects, Errands
  • Caregiver Respite

Hospice volunteers can also assist in the administrative offices of Assisted Hospice Care.

Volunteer Training

All volunteers receive an initial orientation. Topics include:

  • The History and Philosophy of Hospice
  • The Process of Death and Dying
  • An Overview of the Roles and Responsibilities of Each Member of the Hospice Team
  • Methods of Offering Compassionate Care to the Terminally Ill Patient and Their Loved Ones

To join our Hospice Volunteer Team, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at 805-379-3656 or volunteer@assistedcares.com.

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Awards and Certifications

Top Agency

Home Care Elite Award for 2019
Home Care
Association of America

Home Care Association of America
Dementia Friendly Organization

Dementia Friendly Organization

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