You don't need to go at it alone. We're right here and we want to support you as you plan and approach end of life decisions and plans. Our co-owner, Nichole, has her own distinctive approach for supporting families and their loved ones that involves replacing fear with acceptance and loss with fulfillment.
With Nichole's training and guidance, we provide personal physical care and one-on-one bedside support as well as end of life counsel for families- which includes supporting transition decisions for a quality-based approach rather than focusing on longevity of life, being attentive to and respecting advanced directive wishes, and helping you and your loved one find peace and purpose at the end of life.
Our services include, but are not limited to:
"From the moment I met Nichole I knew she had deep wisdom, compassion and confidence caring for the elderly, especially people living with Dementia. Our father was very active and wanted to be independent although he had Alzheimer's. Nichole was a true friend and champion to him. She saw the man before the disease and cared for him with incredible respect and vitality. At the end of his life she was with our family every moment. The love and care she gave our father was incredible. The support and reassurance she gave our family was something we will never forget."
"Our family was fortunate enough to have Nichole with us through the end of our father's life. We called her our Death Doula because she ushered our father out of this world with grace, experience and kindness like no other. Her knowledge of the experience not only gave deep comfort to our father but also to our family. Because of Nichole the transition was very loving and peaceful."
"I will always be grateful to you for being with my mother as she lay dying and for helping us in those sad hours, for your excellent communication with me during her final month (I still have the photos and messages you texted almost daily), for coming to her funeral, for your enthusiasm and obvious love for your work, and for including us as members of your family long after my mother died."