A Different Kind of Doula
All you need to know about end-of-life
End of Life doulas bring compassion, care, and expertise in all aspects of end-of-life care. Doulas are non-medical caregivers who work in collaboration with medical providers and hospices. Doulas are trained in caring for the terminally ill person's physical, emotional, and spiritual needs while also caring for those that matter most to the person: family, friends, and healthcare providers. They work with people and their families as death approaches (Pre), during the dying process (Active), and after the death to provide bereavement support Post)
Gentle Passage Doula Collective works to make the dying experience as peaceful and beautiful as possible through education, empowerment, and loving support. We offer comprehensive support and training to provide the dying and their loved ones with the tools and resources they need to give a gentle passage from this life.
Living with NO REGRETS!
Let's face it...None of us are getting out of this life alive!
How about doing it with intent/thoughtfulness/purpose?
More about Maureen, Kathleen, & Colleen:
Colleen Hewes, Kathleen Putnam, and Maureen Kures have a collective 130 years of experience in the healthcare industry working with disease, suffering, and patient care including death and dying.
They are part of the Gentle Passage Doula Collective which educates, prepares, and participates in their clients end of life experiences bringing compassion and expertise at this most sacred time of life.
They draw on the shared human experiences of loss, letting go, transitions, and end-of-life through courageous conversations, the expertise of guests, life stories, and personal experiences.