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  • My Calling in Life

    In my years of personal and Hospice experience, I have cared for people with Parkinson’s Alzheimer’s, Alcoholism, Lou Gehrig’s (ALS), failure to thrive, and many forms of cancer.

    I believe we can tap into a source of peace within an individual and support quality of life with the time they have left.

    My youngest client was a 38-year-old male with AIDS. My oldest client was a lady that was a 102-year-old; she didn't use a walker, wheelchair or a cane.

    Pictured: George, Lanny and Pat Voelkel

What to Expect

  • Proven experience with providing full-service care to those who cannot care for themselves
  • Ability to anticipate needs and produce optimal individualized responses
  • Emotional Support
  • Gentle massages
  • Exercises and range of motion stretches (even if the client is bed ridden)
  • Excursions - getting out of the room for some outside stimulation, fresh air, sunlight and human interaction
  • Mental stimulation - Reading to the client, inspirational stories and talking about things that interest them
  • Being present - sometimes at a certain point all you can do is be there- Let them know that they are not alone
  • Meal preparation
  • Assistance with hygiene and medications

About Me

  • Name: Patrick Voelkel
  • The ability to communicate using American Sign Language
  • 4th of 5 boys that grew up in the Annapolis area
  • All American Lacrosse - AACC
  • Honorable discharge - 1989 - US Army
  • Hospice Volunteer 2004-2012
  • Produce Clerk- Graul’s Market-Cape St. Claire 2003-2012
  • Special Olympics Volunteer 2009- 2012
  • MSP Polar Bear Plunge Superplunger - 3 years. I helped raise thousands of dollars for the Special Olympics of Maryland. As a team my partner and I have raised over $125,000 in our lifetime quest.
  • Completed Comfort Touch Training - 2016 (Hospice of the Chesapeake)
  • Completed Course on Therapeutic Massage (AAMC)
  • Virtual Dementia class given by Department of Aging 2014
  • Completed Training for Companion-Caregiver by the Anne Arundel Country Department of Aging and Disabilities (click to view certificate)

Action cures fear.

If you expect the best that is what you will get.

Use the talents you possess; for the woods would be silent if no birds sang except for the best.