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Death comes to everyone. There is no escaping it.
The practice of caring for a sick and dying loved one at their end of life was done at home many years ago. Surrounded by family, and close friends that provided a loving and caring setting, with personal belongings around them, made for a peaceful transition.
With all the advances in the medical field to keep us alive longer, often behind closed doors, usually at a medical institution, it has become a lonely place to die. Not having family or visitors, small mementos of our life's achievements and even simple traditions and rituals are lost. And no one wants to discuss what a good death can be.
I can help change this next journey for those who are terminally ill and dying into a caring and peaceful time. Helping with your last wishes and creating a celebration of a life well lived. Often just the simple acts of listening or giving caretakers a reprieve and bedside vigil can provide a deep state of calm and tranquility.