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Beloit Regional Hospice volunteers are at the core of our philosophy of care. From the beginning, volunteers have been an important part of the care team as well as providing critical support in the office. All volunteers are provided with extensive training and are asked to provide only those services they are comfortable with. Time commitments depend on the availability of the volunteer and what type of work the individual will be doing. The volunteer coordinator stays in close contact with volunteers and provides resources when needed.

“Volunteer training not only teaches you how to help others to deal with their end of life, but also now you can deal with a loved one’s end of life or your own.”

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What is Transitions?
The Transitions Program is a volunteer-driven service focused on supporting individuals who face a life-limiting illness. Services include emotional and spiritual support, education, practical assistance, and timely coordinated referral to a network of community resources and services. The program is designed to help clients and their families cope with the day to day struggles and to find the information they need.

Read more about Transitions: Common Questions About Transitions,Transitions Information Pamphlet

What Does It Cost?
United Way LogoTransitions is a primarily volunteer-driven service and no program costs are passed on to the client. Community support through grants, foundation gifts, and individual contributions provide all necessary funding.

How Does Transitions Work?
Services are intended to support individuals who have a life expectancy of one year or less, if the disease runs its expected course. These individuals may still be seeking curative treatment. Adapting to the changes that accompany a life-limiting illness can be difficult, frustrating, and sometimes confusing. It can be challenging to learn to rely on others for assistance, to find necessary help, and communicate with family members about an illness.

Transitions can help empower you to make choices that affect the quality of your life during this difficult time.
The Transitions coordinator manages the program and the volunteers to connect families to community resources that they need. The program fills the gap by educating clients, providing volunteers, and linking clients to service providers. The Transitions coordinator also acts as a liaison between health care providers and community services and resources.

Transitions does not provide nursing services, medical equipment and supplies, or medications. The program works with clients to enhance their support system and helps them adjust to living with their illness.

What Do Volunteers Do?
beloit volunteer hospiceVolunteers support clients and families in accordance with each family’s own unique needs. Some of the possibilities include:

Offering Companionship
Providing Local Transportation to Medical Appointments, when other options are not available.
Preparing Meals
Completing Light Housekeeping
Running Errands
Being Present and Providing Support
What is the Service Area?
Transitions serves residents in Rock, Green, and Walworth counties in Wisconsin and Winnebago and Boone counties in Illinois.

How are Referrals Made?
Anyone can make a referral to Transitions, as long as a client’s physician agrees that the client has a life-limiting illness with a prognosis of two years or less.

Contact the Transitions Coordinator at 608-363-7421 or

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Above all, Beloit Regional Hospice staff and volunteers work each day toward fulfilling our mission: to help make each moment of remaining life as full and comfortable as possible. Attention is given to every detail in order to provide the kind of care and support each patient and their caregivers, as well as those within the community seeking grief support, desire and deserve. Beloit Regional Hospice’s focus is on providing comfort and dignity to the patients and families we serve. This is accomplished by ensuring these patients and families have as much control and independence as they desire at the end of life.

The staff and volunteers at Beloit Regional Hospice thank you for considering our services. You have a choice in hospice providers and we believe it is our privilege to be invited into your life, your home and included in this precious part of life’s journey.

Click here for Hospice Services Flier

Beloit Regional Hospice is a Medicare Certified, nonprofit, community-based organization, licensed in Wisconsin and Illinois. Services are provided to people living in Rock, Green, and Walworth Counties in Wisconsin, Boone and Winnebago Counties in Illinois.
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