Dedicated to Providing the Best In-Home Health Care.
Bringing Life to Death
Providing You with Peace of Mind
As certified End of Life Doulas we work with people to help find meaning and purpose in their life, to understand the impact they have made, and the legacy they are leaving. We help plan and educate for how the final days will unfold while supporting those loved ones left behind. Doulas also guide family and friends through these last days, and help ease the suffering of grief.
We find that the process of discussing our mortality can create peace-of-mind, paving the way for more joyful living, secure in the knowledge that you’ve taken the steps to ensure your wishes.
Regardless of whether you chose to spend your final days at home, a hospital, or nursing facility, we help provide physical, emotional, spiritual and informational care & support.
To support and serve as guides to individuals and their families as they work through and accept the process of dying; to help them manage their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
To provide the individual a sounding board to help establish and fulfill their ideas of a peaceful passing.
To assist the family as they navigate this journey, affirming to them that they are not alone, helpless or lost.
"We believe death, as in birth, can be a powerful, awe-inspiring moment if one allows it."
Doulas on Camera
"The Death Discussion" is a short documentary focusing on the concept of death and the recent popularity of 'death cafés'. Produced by Christian Robinson, a VCU student reporter.
Facing our own death is filled with a myriad of emotions. In our modern culture, unfortunately families often buffer those negative feelings, yet it’s through exploring them that actual growth and truth exists. As end of life doulas we welcome that growth and exploration. Here is Shelby's response to how we buffer pain as a society.
In the News..
Fifty Plus Richmond - June 2021 Issue
The Last Chapter article
Channel 3 News
The Rumpus article
NY Post article
Voice America radio interview
From Mourning to Morning with Rabbi Mel Glazer
Richmond magazine article
Facebook: RVA End of Life Network
INELDA (International End of Life Doula Association)