ofNepean Hawkesbury palliative Care volunteer service, Coordinated through the Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District, be patient, flexible and Non-judgmental.
Jenny was caring for her husband, Jeff, who had motor neuron disease. Unfortunately, Jeff passed away in her early 2019.
“Margaret, our volunteer caregiver, seemed like an instant friend. She and Jeff hit it off right from the start. Knowing that made that time easier,” Jenny says.
Volunteer Caregiver Margaret (pictured center) said: For me, it’s about doing what I can to ease the burden on both caregivers and patients. “
Margaret, a palliative care volunteer, with Jenny and her husband, Jeff.
The Nepean Hawkesbury Palliative Care Volunteer Service welcomes inquiries from anyone interested in supporting us. whoandEnd of life.there isteethagainchanceToBecome Volunteer biographer, capturing reflections of someone’s life in written memoirs.
Volunteers only need to commit up to four hours each week.clearance check, training, ongoing supportthat isoffered.contactofvolunteercoordinatorupon For more information, please contact us on 0401 715 851.
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carolynWilkinson,volunteer coordinator 0401 715 851
https://www.nsw.gov.au/health/nbmlhd/news/stories/palliative-care-volunteers-give-gift-of-time Palliative care volunteers give the gift of time