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Home Health and Hospice Volunteers

MidMichigan Home Care Volunteers Help in Many Ways

People who are receiving hospice services at home may need help performing errands and chores, or may enjoy a chat with a friendly visitor. Sometimes family members need rest from the responsibilities of caregiving, and volunteers can provide this respite. Volunteers also assist with special events and projects to brighten patients' lives.

There are many ways to help, depending on your interests and talents:

  • Respite Care -- Relief for patients' caregivers
  • Errands
  • Companionship
  • Delivering necessary medical supplies
  • Pastoral Services
  • Homemaking
  • Office Assistance
  • Community Education
  • Fund Raising
  • Clerical Assistance
  • Handyman Jobs
  • Hospice Bereavement Work -- Providing additional comfort after a patient's death

How To Become a Volunteer

There is a place for you on the MidMichigan Home Care team. Even if your ability to commit to long-range volunteerism is limited, no gift or talent is too small to help someone in need. Contact the Volunteer Coordinator to learn more about volunteer opportunities in home health care.