San Diego Volunteers Share Their Story: Haircuts @ Home

*This post is part of San Diego Hospice’s video series, sharing the stories that reflect the experiences of those impacted by, or living with, a serious illness. This series will be updated monthly. Feel free to share your thoughts with us.

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San Diego patients living with a serious illness are often unable to leave their home to enjoy simple tasks or pleasures like getting a new hair style or haircut.  Haircuts @ Home volunteers with San Diego Hospice share their professional talents and help to make a difference in the San Diego community through their transformative work. Volunteers are needed and encouraged to apply.

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  1. It’s really very touching how caregivers think of just about EVERYTHING for their patients. Even a simple haircut can give a bed-ridden person that rare feeling of being beautiful.


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