Modern days have changed how we view death. Most people would like to spend their end of life in their homes, their comforting and well known environment with the people they love around them.
As a certified End of Life Doula I can help make this happen.
As a non-medical professional trained to care for persons and their loved ones at the end of their lives, I can provide support, companionship and practical advice as people move through their personal experience of death, or have a loved one moving through those stages.
But even earlier in life, I can assist in helping people to think and plan how they want their final days to be. I can support and assist in all aspects of the Advanced Care Planning on a very personal level.
I’d be happy to put my lifelong passion for videography and photography to use when creating life reviews in film and photo.
I am certified through the DoulaGivers Institute as an End of Life Doula and Care Consultant and have passed the National End-Of-Life Doula Alliance (NEDA) proficiency test.
As we are still moving through a pandemic, I am also willing and able to provide most of my services via TeleCommunication if that is desired.
I strongly believe in Sadhguru’s quote: “Death is the last thing you do in your life, shouldn’t you do it gracefully?”
My mission is to make death a part of life. I want to provide practical information, compassionate presence, and artful strategies for people at all stages of life and health. I support individuals and their loved ones as they prepare for the inevitable and mysterious transition.