Volunteer

Volunteers have been at the heart of Concord Regional VNA since our beginning. As a volunteer for our community-based organization, you are an essential part of our team. We provide you with the necessary support and training so that you will feel prepared and comfortable with the role that you select as a volunteer.

Volunteer

What Type of Training is Provided?

  • History and Philosophy of Hospice
  • Pain and Symptom Control
  • Universal Precautions
  • Communication & Family Dynamics
  • Roles of Hospice Team Members
  • Self-Care
  • Boundaries
  • Many Faces of Grief
  • Bedside Vigil
  • Community Visitation

What Can A Volunteer Assist With?

  • Providing companionship to hospice patients
  • Reading to hospice patients
  • Holding a hand and lending a listening ear
  • Running errands for hospice patients
  • Cooking meals at the Hospice House
  • Giving Reiki, Massage, or Therapeutic Touch
  • Facilitating community education programs
  • Connecting as a Veteran Volunteer with patients who are also veterans
  • Assisting staff with office work (e.g. filings, mailings)
  • Helping at a flu clinic
  • Facilitating grief support groups
Tony Lomartire Memorial Volunteer Award

Tony Lomartire Memorial Volunteer Award

Each year, we recognize a volunteer with the Tony Lomartire Memorial Volunteer Award. Tony Lomartire was a volunteer with Concord Regional VNA for 27 years until he passed away in 2007.

Past Winners

2017  Dennie Yianakopolos

2016  Joseph Drinon

2015  George Gagne

2014  Loretta Petrin

2013  Marnie Verville

2012  Fran Boisvert

2011  Loretta Kenison

2010  Jane Bunker

Become a Volunteer

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Concord Regional VNA Volunteer! Please complete the short form below, select submit, and one of our staff members will contact you.

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