introductory phone call
Free— 30 minute phone call to determine how we can best support you.
peace in the papers
Advance directives and conversations
We offer consultation early on in the form of guidance with advance directive documents, information about estate documents, and planning for household settling up, advocacy for patient wishes for the end-of-life, family education and support.
We are also available for community or neighborhood events to inspire conversations about death and dying: “Loving, Dying and Letting Go” workshops, The Conversation Project workshops, Film and discussion events, Death over Dinner events.
peace in the planning
Vigil planning, Legacy Projects, Household “death organizing”, After-death care planning.
We welcome the opportunity to help you find comfort in the end of life. We bring peace of mind that your house is in order, empower your vision of how your last days will look, sound, smell and feel, and guidance on communicating how you would like your body to be cared for and returned to the earth.
Peace in bedside presence
Compassionate vigil support and presence as you or your loved one transitions.
These visits provide private support in your home, care home or hospital. The active-dying phase can be fragile for family, and we are here to support everyone for the best outcome. We aim to empower our families to care for the dying primarily by themselves, but will visit for the number of hours you feel you need, whether it's a couple of hours a day or around the clock. We listen, we educate, we hold hands, we attend to symptoms and we provide comfort. We serve as an adjunct to your hospice team, for those families or individuals who need or want additional bedside support.