Personal Caregivers, Home Makers, CNAs,

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 Generous Personal Caregivers can help make the difference in any home setting by having vast knowledge, compassion and understanding of senior care. Generous offers assistance through private pay and medicaid. Our caregivers receive professional training on each individual case and attend weekly In-services meetings. Our goal is to help seniors remain at home  ensuring the best quality care possible by our experienced staff.  Please contact Lydia Samora now at 210-239-5056 for more information.

Administrative support volunteers will receive 3-6 hours of hospice orientation in the office environment.

Duties & Responsibility:

  1. Direct Patient Care

    • Provide direct support to patients and their families

    • Run errands

    • Stay with patient while family has time away (respite)

    • Assist with bereavement program by making visits to the bereaved as determined on the bereavement plan of care

    • Other functions as determined by IDG and family

    • Serving on committees

    • Public relations 

  2. ​ Public Relations​

    • As a direct patient care volunteer, you'll be given an assignment for a specific patient and orientated to that patient.  It is important to understand that each patient and family is different in how they react to death and dying. Also, each culture may also demonstrate grief in different ways.​

  3. Administrative Support

    • Provide indirect support to the patient and their families​

    • Perform clerical duties in the hospice office

    • Assist with fund raising activities 

    • Special projects

    • Assist with bereavement program by mailing letters, cards and making phone calls

    • Other functions as determined by IDG and family

    • Serving on committees

    • Public Relations

Your Role as a Volunteer

As a volunteer, you'll report to the Volunteer Coordinator and/or Agency Supervisor.  Regulations dictate that a hospice use volunteers in their program.  It is very important that we keep an accurate count of all the time that you volunteer.  Please complete a time sheet and submit to the volunteer coordinator.  Direct patient care volunteers will receive 8-12 hours of orientation which includes 2-4 hours of direct patient contact.

Administrative support volunteers will receive 3-6 hours of hospice orientation in the office environment.

Duties & Responsibility:

  1. Direct Patient Care

    • Provide direct support to patients and their families

    • Run errands

    • Stay with patient while family has time away (respite)

    • Assist with bereavement program by making visits to the bereaved as determined on the bereavement plan of care

    • Other functions as determined by IDG and family

    • Serving on committees

    • Public relations 

  2. ​ Public Relations​

    • As a direct patient care volunteer, you'll be given an assignment for a specific patient and orientated to that patient.  It is important to understand that each patient and family is different in how they react to death and dying. Also, each culture may also demonstrate grief in different ways.​

  3. Administrative Support

    • Provide indirect support to the patient and their families​

    • Perform clerical duties in the hospice office

    • Assist with fund raising activities 

    • Special projects

    • Assist with bereavement program by mailing letters, cards and making phone calls

    • Other functions as determined by IDG and family

    • Serving on committees

    • Public Relations

 

Location: 8600 Wurzbach Road, Suite 802, San Antonio, Texas 78240

Hours of Operation:  Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm