CENTER FOR HOSPICE CARE SOUTHEAST CONNECTICUT
February 17, 2013
I am first a volunteer, and a donor second. Whether it's sitting with a patient so their caregiver gets a break, or simply tranporting equipment to patients' homes, the Center for Hospice Care Southeastern Connecticut is a group I'm very proud to volunteer for. Our training is second to none and the staff especially qualified and helpful. I came to realize that it is an HONOR to be with these terminally ill patients, and an HONOR to interact with their families facing an utlimate grief. The mission and practice of easing the lives of these people is not just charitable, it is unique.
My parents both passed away at Hospice facilities in a different state. I am determined to continue volunteering and to help this particular agency achieve the reality of a Hospice residence in our area of southeastern Connecticut.
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