Volunteers stand alongside the many other unsung heroes of hospice care, providing essential services that have seen massive disruption during the pandemic. Hospices have kept volunteers as engaged as they could, often through the nearly ubiquitous virtual communication that has come to the fore since 2020. Recently, more volunteers began gradually returning to the bedside, though in diminished numbers. Melissa Moré, director of volunteer services for Suncoast Hospice, and Stacy Groff, vice president of specialized services for Tidewell Hospice, discuss how they have kept volunteers engaged and are adapting volunteer programs to a changing environment in this article with Hospice News.
Hospices Adapt As Volunteers Return to a Changing Landscape – Hospice News
by Sky Roberts | Mar 8, 2022 | Media Coverage | 0 comments