Tuesday , December , 12 2017
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Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice Announces New Hospice Volunteers & May Trainings
Lewiston, Maine 4/17/13 - Volunteer support has been an integral part of Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice's services for 40 years. The Program is now widely recognized as one of the most extensive, non-profit, home health care volunteer programs in Maine.
Androsocggin Home Care & Hospice is pleased to announce that seven people completed the Hospice Volunteer training held in January. Those who attended the training include Richard Bennett of Bridgton, Craig Hacker of Sweden, Sue Hunt of New Gloucester, Lorraine Jarden of Auburn, Elaine Robitaille of Turner, Joanne Wheeler of Pownal, and Laura Reynolds of Lewiston.
"When I became a volunteer, I never realized what a big impact it would have on my life," states Bob Oliver, Volunteer for Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice. "I started to look at life through the eyes of the caregiver and patient. I then realized just how much a couple of hours of my time were worth to someone else. I love this work."
May Volunteer Training schedule:
General Volunteer training - May 9th at Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice's Lewiston Office on 15 Strawberry Avenue. The class is from 9:00am-3:30pm.
Bereavement Volunteer 4-session training - begins May 6th from 8:30-11:30am at Androsocoggin Home Care & Hospice's Office on 15 Strawberry Avenue. For new volunteers there is no orientation class on May 2nd. There will also be a Bereavement Facilitator Class offered to those who have gone through the Bereavement Volunteer training and would like to help facilitate grief support groups. This 4-session class begins on May 20th from 12:30-3:30pm.
All trainings are provided to the community at no cost. To register for one of these trainings or for additional information contact Volunteer Services at 795-9580 or 1-800-482-7412 ext. 1280.