Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice offers volunteer training
The five-session training, scheduled for Oct. 17, 22, 24, 29 and 31, will give people the foundation of the hospice philosophy as well as an overview of the agency’s program and the role the volunteers have. The agency, which serves Lakes Region communities in Belknap and Southern Carroll County, said its volunteers are a vital part of the team, so their preparation is important and their education ongoing.
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