Empathy,  engagement, empowerment

 Holistic support during serious illness, end-of-life, and bereavement

A different way to do end-of-life

In your home, nursing home, or inpatient hospice

seniors and seriously ill  

be seen and heard and honored

finding creating a path 

facilitating transitions


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Having a calm, empathetic, non-judgmental witness by your side can make all the difference.  Whether you are ill or are giving care, a steady listening presence can relieve loneliness, acknowledge and validate your experience, and help you to clarify your feelings, beliefs, and values.  Regular encounters enhance and strengthen trust and security.

Connection possibilities:                                    

             visits 1-3 per week

             phone calls up to daily             

             texts / emails up to daily


You may need a fresh perspective on relational and practical problems related to serious illness.  Many problems can be solved through connection with resources in the community, access to helpful information, or the support of a mediator in family discussion.  Often, simple changes in your surroundings or routines can bring welcome relief.

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"Death does not have to be a catastrophic, destructive thing;
indeed, it can be viewed as one of the most constructive, positive, and creative elements of culture and life."

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

This award is presented to (2)

Kyle Bachman

B.a. Psychology
m.l.I.s. library and information science
Certified end-of-life doula, neda proficient
engagement, empowerment, Education, and advocacy for serious illness and end-of-life