Facilitated introspection focusing on life's memories. Visualizing your death, including surroundings, rituals and the people involved.
Assisting the dying with how they would like to be remembered. Examples are video or audio recordings, stories on paper or photographs.
Sitting with an actively dying person at their bedside. Ensuring the plan for their death is honored. Around the clock vigil is available.
To help a dying person gain peace of mind and achieve the death that they envision. Guiding them, their family and friends through this last journey together and coming to peace with death.
"People with serious illness have priorities besides simply prolonging their lives. Their top concerns include avoiding suffering, strengthening relationships with family and friends, being mentally aware, not being a burden on others, and achieving a sense that their lives are complete." Henry Fersko-Weiss, Director and Co-founder of INELDA, International End of Life Doula Association
"Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It's the transition that's troublesome." Isaac Asimov
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