Hospice volunteers needed in Washington County

 

by Lura Jackson

When thinking about the terms “community-building” and “life-affirming”, the situation of attending a dying person’s side may not immediately come to mind. As contradictory as it could seem, being in the role of a hospice volunteer is not simply about easing the passage of one individual into death – it is also about creating long-lasting, meaningful bonds with a network of people enriched by their experience with human compassion.

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