End of Life Care

End of Life Care

From constantly beeping monitors in a hospital to the quiet of an empty house, doulas are used to caring for patients in all settings. End-of-life care can be complicated, medically, emotionally, and even logistically. End-of-life doulas are professionals who bridge the gap between the medical and emotional aspects of passing away. While many people are still unfamiliar with the concept, having an end-of-life doula during such a difficult time can ease some of the anxiety. 

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