Quality of Life Care is partnering with two other leaders in the end of life doula training and development arena--Teaching Transitions and International Doulagivers Institute--to offer an innovative training that healthcare agencies, hospices and hospitals can count on.
The National Professional End of Life Doula Certification is the
I appreciate what this particular death midwife is saying regarding visiting someone at the end of life: "It is not mysterious or grandiose - bottom line, you're just visiting someone...at a very scary time in life."
Each person that is called to serve the dying decides their own path for serving. Some do so through hospice volunteering or through working in the medical field, while others are creating their own way to bridge the gaps in health and death care.
Free Workshop Series: What is Holding You Back From Serving At the End of Life?
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Certified End of Life Doula:
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