More Volunteer Positive Moments

05/22/20 at 04:30 PM by Christy Pennington

We are in uncharted waters and typically volunteers are deployed to help.  Now they are being asked to continue to stay at home.  This is the case for many of our awesome volunteers at Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care.

So what are voluteers currently doing?  Calling patients to offer support, sending notes, cards and drawings, making Zoom calls and singing, grocery shopping, dropping items off at patients, sewing, making masks, blankets, busy mats, neck pillows and more!

Thanks to Lori's daughter for the beautiful drawing.  And to Scott and Susan for shopping and delivering needed items to our patients to their front door.    


What Our Families Say

The entire hospice team exceeded our expectations always going above and beyond.  They are the most amazing group of people.  I can't even put into words how much we appreciate them.  They were always very caring, patient and sincere.  We could not have managed the process without them.  We will never forget you and are forever grateful. Thank you. ~ Patient's daughter

Everyone who came to attend to my wife were all fantastic caregivers and I cannot praise your hospice staff enough.  I was so thankful you were there. ~ Patient's husband

I could not have asked for a more caring set of people to help us through this difficult time.  Thank you so very much. ~ Patient's family


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