Volunteers are needed in both an administrative and direct patient service capacity. Administratively, volunteers come to the office and help with various tasks including filing, building admission packets, scanning, and calling patients for “tuck-in calls” prior to the weekend. For direct patient services, our volunteers provide companionship, a supportive presence, and respite to families. Volunteers go to the patient’s home, whether that be a private residence or some type of facility, and provide comfort to patients while the caregiver is away. Volunteers do not provide any patient care, or assistance with any activities of daily living. All volunteers receive training specific to their role, and background checks are required. PPE is required for direct service with patients.