May 15, 2013 Leave a comment
Volunteers are a vital component of palliative care programs, enabling organisations to deliver services to people living with a life limiting illness and their families that paid staff alone could not. Services are diverse including transporting people to and from appointments, writing peoples life stories and respite.
Palliative Care Victoria has recently profiled a number of volunteers as part of its soon to be released Palliative Care Volunteering Strategy 2013 -2016…more
From ehospice’s Australia edition.