Kendal’s Co-Pilot Program has nothing to do with airplanes or flying. Rather, it is is an award-winning program where residents who are on their way to the Emergency Room at Phelps Hospital are accompanied by Kendal volunteers for the purposes of having a fellow resident nearby who can offer help or merely provide a friendly face.
Norman Sissman, who co-heads the program, announced that Co-Pilot Volunteers are urgently needed! More specifically, the Co-Pilot Program needs to replace those who have retired because of health issues.
Co-Pilots are on call once or twice a month and are rarely called. However, when the call comes, they perform a service that has few peers in the world of genuine meaning and importance.
This is a rare opportunity to do something that is “real”.
Questions? Speak to Norman directly.