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Houston Solari Hospice Care Seeks Compassionate Volunteers

Houston Solari Hospice Care is seeking special individuals to help brighten the lives of terminally ill patients and their loved ones in the Greater Houston community through unique volunteer opportunities. Volunteers can serve in a variety of capacities, including providing smiling companionship to patients, sharing their favorite hobbies (such as reading and playing music), running necessary errands, and offering respite to family caregivers.

Houston Solari Hospice Care especially needs compassionate caregivers for patients in North Harris County, the Clear Lake area, and the beautiful new inpatient home in Bellaire. Designed for short-term acute care, this 8,000-square-foot, 12-bed facility at 9714 S. Gessner Road features private rooms equipped with comfortable beds, sofa sleepers for family members, a soothing family gathering room, a spacious common living room, a serene chapel for spiritual meditation and tranquil landscaped grounds. The inpatient center is designed as a home-away-from-home for terminally ill patients when their pain and symptoms cannot be controlled within their own homes.

Solari Hospice Care is devoted to helping people live with dignity and comfort by providing trusted and professional hospice care in the Houston and Las Vegas communities. Focused on enhancing the quality of life for patients and their loved ones, Solari’s exemplary team of physicians, pharmacists, registered nurses, certified nursing aides, social workers, administrative staff, counselors and volunteers are specially trained to offer the most compassionate and comforting care designed for each patient’s unique needs.

To volunteer or for more information, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Daphne Hennessey at 713-664-7120. For information about Houston Solari Hospice Care, visit www.solarihospice.com.

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