Employment & Volunteer Opportunities
Fayette Home Care and Hospice employs more than 100 healthcare
professionals. We accept applications for Registered Nurses and Home
Health Aides on an ongoing basis. Other career opportunities will be posted
as jobs arise.
If you are looking for a challenging, flexible, and independent work environment that supports professional growth and development, we would love to hear from you. Please click here to view jobs and apply online. If you have questions, please call us at (724) 439-1610 or (888) 402-2233. Our address is:
Fayette Home Care and Hospice
110 Youngstown Road
Lemont Furnace, PA 15456
Fayette Home Care and Hospice is an equal opportunity employer.
Hospice Needs Volunteers
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Hospice trains volunteers to ensure they feel comfortable with their tasks.
Hospice Volunteers Can Do & Just About Anything!
Support for Patients
This may include visiting, listening to a patient's concerns, being a comforting and supportive presence, reading, taking walks, writing letters, bringing in music, engaging in the patient's hobbies, playing board games, making scrapbooks, discussing current events, listening to the patient's life story, etc.
Respite/Support for Family Members
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family caregivers the opportunity to take care of necessary errands and get
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Bereavement Support Programs
Hospice volunteers can work closely with the hospice's professional bereavement staff in duties that range from assisting as a support group facilitator to serving refreshments and helping with mailings to clients and families.
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All volunteers are equipped for the challenge of working with the dying. Hospice requires volunteers to complete extensive orientation and training sessions, as well as submit to a routine background check.Back to Top