Conversations about end-of-life matters are never easy; they take bravery, courage, and sometimes a little help.
Whether you have recently lost or may be close to losing a loved one, are planning ahead, are facing a life-limiting diagnosis/illness, or are wondering how to have conversations with loved ones about your wishes and desires, we can support you in your time of need.
Your thoughts, feelings, and emotions are important. Your voice deserves to be heard and your wishes deserved to be honored. If you already have a circle of support, we can complement the support and care you are already receiving.
We hope to empower you, help reduce confusion, fear, anxiety, worry and distress concerning end-of-life matters, and to ensure you are supported wherever you are on life’s journey.
Advanced Care Planning
End of Life File
Facilitate end of life discussions
with family and loved ones
Explore life story for the living
Explore life’s accomplishments
Explore difficulties and regrets
Explore barriers to a peaceful
Support & Advocacy
Advocate for wishes and desires
both before and after death
Serve as champion for client’s
end of life desires
Create support team and
Companionship and Caregiver Respite
Respite Care (short-term relief for primary caregivers)
Paring down possessions
Place/Receive phone calls, text and/or emails
Explore disposition options
e.g., traditional burial, home funerals, human compost, and cremation
Provide support during the active dying process and imminent death
Liaise with medical and hospice care teams
Education about terminal illness and death processes
Prepare and maintain a peaceful vigil setting
Create artifact to leave behind for your loved ones
Create legacy projection plan
Assist while creating legacy project
Provide resources for legacy project
Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) Support
24-hour on-call support
Day of Death support
Note: Serene Transitions End of Life Doula Services LLC. are NOT counselors, social workers, healthcare providers, physical
caregivers, attorneys, financial advisors, funeral directors neither provide legal or financial advice.