Hey guys, I just recently started volunteering for a hospital. For those of you who volunteer at a hospital, what does your work entail? Some hospitals around my area offered things like, wheel chair transport, and then other things like folding neo-natal blankets, making copies, cleaning, etc.. not the work I wanted to do. I found a hospital that offers a H.E.L.P. (Hospital Elder Life Program) which involves interacting with elderly patients who are basically lonely; assiting them eating, talking to them, basic physical therapy (not aloud to touch though of course), and keeping them physically and mentally active as much as possible. This is the program I chose, and I thought it would be better to gain clinical experience via volunteering through a program like this vs one which offers more "office" type work. Hopefully this was a good choice, do you guys think so? What do your volunteering jobs involve?