In the Community
May 16, 2021
Article in the Aurora Sentinel:
HOLDING SPACE: In a movement to embrace death, end-of-life doulas grow in popularity
"Kaufman and a small group of other doulas organized the collaborative because they saw a need for a common place for people working in the field. Somewhere they could connect services if they needed or just have a support system. The community has been steadily growing over the years, but Kaufman said she really saw an uptick about three years ago."
February 23, 2021
Presentation to the
Doulas County Libraries -
New Options in End-of-Life Care
Cindy shared the many options available to individuals and families as they approach end-of-life decisions and care, including professional doula services that complement better known hospice care and practices.
August 27-29, 2020
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Virtual Conference Faculty
12th Annual Rocky Mountain Regional Elder Law Retreat, co-sponsored by the Elder Law Section of the CBA & Colorado Chapter of NAELA
Panel session - Good to Go: Counseling Clients on Medical and Psychological End of Life Decisions
Cindy's presentation - Dying Well (It's Not an Oxymoron)
In feedback received from attendees of this presentation, it was described as "gracious and loving."