“Empowering your loved one to pass with dignity”
The majority of people would rather do just about anything, other than discuss death; their own, or their loved ones. On any other difficult subject, most people seek professional advice and guidance, someone who has experience in the area of their struggle. When it is the topic of health, you turn to doctors and specialists, when it’s a legal matter, a lawyer. When the doctors run out of options to save your life, you’re faced with that conversation… How do you want to die? It should make sense then to ask for the help of a professional who has experience with assisting people who are dying. That person could be a Death Midwife.
The role of a Doula is to provide holistic, non-medical, physical, emotional and spiritual support to the terminally ill, as well as their family, throughout the final transition of the dying process. An End-of-Life Doula offers and/ or assists in a wide range of services that vary greatly, depending on each individual’s circumstance and wishes. While it can assume many forms, the intent of Death Midwives is typically to help transition, or “bridge the gap” for both the living and dying. The focus of medical practitioners is on saving lives and the role of a funeral director (and others) begins after death occurs. The Death Midwives function throughout the journey to empower your loved ones to pass with dignity.
“The end of life deserves as much beauty, care and respect as the beginning”
Non-skilled open case: follow patient/family, assist in ADL, any cleaning, meal prepping, or non-medical care needed
Advanced Directives Planning
Bedside Vigil Services
After Death Organization
24/7 Comfort Support