The term doula comes from the “Greek” and means individual who serves. Doulas are most commonly know in reference with the birthing of children. However, they are just as important in the end of life processes as well.
An End-of-life Doula is a non-medical professional that provides physical, emotional, and spiritual support to the patient, family, loved ones, friends, and their support network. Trained in the various end of life stages a Doula is able to assist the family with understanding natural process while providing suggestions for comfort and support.
Our goal is to collaborate with the hospice, palliative team, and your healthcare professionals to create a dynamic support system ensuring a high quality of life for your end-of-life care.