Taylor Hospice


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TAYLOR HOSPICE SEEKING VOLUNTEERS

 

Taylor Hospice, part of the Taylor Community Foundation, is recruiting volunteers who are interested in playing an active role in helping to provide comfort and support to our terminally ill patients and their families.

 

We have a strong, supportive group of caring individuals who serve our patients in assisted living, nursing homes, in their own home, and at our Residence, located on four beautiful acres in Ridley Park.  Volunteers play a large role in our efforts to enrich the lives of our patients and their families in delivering hospice care to include active listening, companionship, playing cards, caregiver relief, reading to patients, spiritual support and running small errands as well as providing Veteran support.

A special training and orientation to hospice care is required of all prospective volunteers. The next training session will be held this Fall at the Taylor Hospice Residence.   For more information, call the Volunteer Coordinator, Mary Beth Reimann at 610-521-5822

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Mission Statement

Taylor Hospice Mission Statement

Taylor Hospice, a trusted community-based, non-profit organization, provides compassionate support to help patients with hope while coping with grief and end-of-life issues. Our hospice strives to ensure patients maintain dignity and quality of life.

Our goal is to provide physical, emotional, and spiritual comfort. We empower the patient and family by providing them with tools, information, and support they need tom make informed decisions. We provide ongoing support for families and friends during their bereavement.

We are committed to educating patients, families, health care providers, and the community regarding the special needs and care of the terminally ill.

 Taylor Hospice is dedicated to making hospice care available to all terminally ill patients in the geographic area regardless of race, creed, gender, or ability to pay