Our next hospice volunteer training starts Tuesday, April 11, 5:30 p.m. Join our Hospice Team as a volunteer. Please register for this eight-session by April 7. The $35 cost covers materials as well as your certificate of completion.
Become a Hospice Volunteer
As a hospice volunteer you will:
- provide caregiver respite
- serve as a companion
- enhance the quality of end of life care and
- assist with Agency events, fundraising activities, and administrative tasks
Most course sessions will be held at the Agency’s St. Albans office on Thursdays, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. There will be an off-site session at a funeral home.
“I’d recommend the course to anyone, even if you decide not to become a hospice volunteer. It’s very informative and gets you to think. It’s dynamic.” — Hospice Volunteer
To register or to find out more information about becoming a hospice volunteer, contact: Nancy Dulude, (802) 393-6721, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our hospice training includes information on:
- The role of the volunteer
- Family dynamics
- Care and comfort measures
- Spiritual panel
- Advance directives
- Grief and bereavement
- Role of the funeral director
- Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias
- Cancer and other terminal illness
Franklin County Home Health Agency is a pioneer provider of hospice in Vermont. We have provided hospice care since the 1980s as part of Medicare’s Hospice Pilot Project. Our home health care and rehab therapies, as well as support services, are designed help you age in the place you call home. We are a member of the VNAs of Vermont, your non-profit home health and hospice agencies.