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Administrative - PANS Clinic

PANS Clinic
Pediatric acute onset neuropsychiatric syndrome (PANS) Clinic:

Under the direction of the volunteer supervisor, the volunteer may have the following responsibilities, projects are ongoing and hours are flexible:

Research and assist with the coordination/planning of patients and their families, writing and editing letters, designing and creating materials such as brochures, presentations, resource binder, quarterly newsletters/other mass communication, proposals, "frequently asked questions" handbook and webpage, and various materials.
Ensure patients and their families complete follow-up questionnaires and additional forms completely and accurately.
Support staff with administrative duties including data entry, photocopying, faxing, and mailing.
Assist with ongoing research as assigned.
Maintain communication and report progress of assigned task to volunteer supervisor.
Support patients with their needs in a respectful and courteous manner and answer their questions.

Volunteers are at least 18 years and older, agrees to a 12 month commitment, one shift per week, 2-3 hours at a time, Monday-Friday. There is an additional interview for this program.

Facilities: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital -West Building

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FRC: Family Resource Center Volunteer

Program Goal: To provide patients, families and staff access to resources on a wide variety of topics pertinent to children, their health and well-being. This position is truly a critical factor in providing a valuable service that has an immediate and visible impact.

Must have strong people skills AND be comfortable with technology, pay careful attention to detail & ability to follow instructions. Needs to be organized, flexible, independent, have good communication skills (bilingual a plus) and work well with a diverse population. Must be willing to be playful, silly, & feel comfortable working at the bedside. Volunteers may be asked to support & participate in any of the following job responsibilities below. A 6-month minimum commitment is required.

Family Resource Center Staff the front reception desk of the FRC. Greet & orient resource center visitors & assist them in locating materials. Answer the phone, direct inquiries & take messages. Maintain usage statistics, record patron information, check resources in & out, re-shelve & re-file returned resources, straighten up, make photocopies of requested materials, & help with special projects when feasible.

Bedside Introduce FRC services to newly admitted patients on the inpatient units. Volunteers circulate throughout the inpatient units offering patients & families reading materials & videos; facilitating reading & storytelling activities when appropriate. Handle required record keeping for loaned materials & maintain communication channels with resource center staff & other volunteers.
Books Alive! Volunteers offer children restricted to their room, an interactive reading experience utilizing iPads. Volunteers may also be asked to introduce technology & teach patients how to access digital library resources.

Reading Buddies Provide reading aloud, storytelling activities & games for patients & their families at the bedside. They offer a friendly & supportive environment for children.

Storyline Volunteers record a children's story for the FRC Storyline program. This program offers children the opportunity to listen to stories at any time of the day or night, providing comfort, distraction or entertainment using the LPCH telephone system.

Story Corner Volunteers read stories & tell tales to our patients and families visiting the FRC. Volunteers work with staff to coordinate the story time and associated activities. Restocking books, reorganizing story corner books, & cleaning the area after each patient use.

Broadcast and Recording Studio Volunteers assist staff in promoting & facilitating programs live & pre-recorded in the Studio. Join us in providing Karaoke and Bingo to our patients weekly. Experience in digital media, film, photography, editing, & live production is a bonus.

Facilities: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital - Main Building

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Neonatal Intensive Care Greeter

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Greeter

Department: Neonatal Intensive Care Units 260 and 270

Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:00 am -5:00 pm

If available evenings would be helpful also until 9:00 pm

Qualifications:

Must have excellent communication skills, sensitivity and good judgment. Ability to use resources effectively in providing information. Ability to interact with patients, families and staff in a non-judgmental, non-intrusive manner. Self-starter with the ability to observe and/or seek out when or where assistance is needed. Willing to be trained on basic computer skills (i.e. patient and staff lookup, meeting schedule lookup etc.) Able to smile and be friendly creating a caring environment

Program Goals: To greet and provide assistance to staff/patients/parents/visitors. Provide support and non-medical information to patients and families upon admittance, while in-patient and upon discharge. Provide welcoming service and general information about our unit to everyone entering the units.

Facilities: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital -West Building

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