Hospice volunteers play an important role in planning and giving hospice care in the United States. Volunteers may be health professionals or laypeople who provide services ranging from hands-on care to working in the hospice office or fundraising. Volunteers are available to help support patients/family needs by providing practical support such as visiting/listening, running errands, and shopping. Volunteers do not provide hands-on care.
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