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EOL Doula Services

End-of-Life Doula Services

  • Compassionate companioning for the dying person

  • Respite and support for the caregiver(s)

  • Life review - finding meaning in a life lived 

  • Legacy projects - leaving a gift, legacy, letters, etc.

  • Assistance with Ethical Wills

  • Vigil planning - assisting in the design of a personal plan for the final days and hours of life

  • Guiding the transition process from life to death and into grief and bereavement

  • Advance Care Planning and Directives

  • Notary Public for the State of Colorado

  • Support for Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD) and Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED)

  • Serve as Professional Healthcare Agent for Solo Agers

  • And more...

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Home Funeral Services
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Home Funeral Services

  • Home funeral guide

  • Officiant for services

  • Resource guide for green burials, natural organic reduction (human composting), water cremation (aquacremation)

Grief Support

  • Individual Grief Support

  • Small Group Grief Support

  • Webinars and Seminars on Grief and Bereavement

  • Workshops on Grief and Grieving

  • And more...

Grief Support
Officiant Services

Officiant Services

  • Funerals

  • Memorials

  • Life celebrations

  • Weddings

  • Commitment ceremonies

  • House blessings

  • And more...

Community Education

Ask about having Cindy speak on topics such as: 

  • Death and Dying

  • Grief and Bereavement

  • End of Life Doula Care

  • Advance Care Directives

  • Communicating Effectively with Older Adults

  • And more...

Community Educaton
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When death comes

like the hungry bear in autumn;

when death comes and takes all the bright coins from his purse


to buy me, and snaps the purse shut;

when death comes

like the measle-pox;


when death comes

like an iceberg between the shoulder blades,


I want to step through the door full of curiosity, wondering:

what is it going to be like, that cottage of darkness?


And therefore I look upon everything

as a brotherhood and a sisterhood,

and I look upon time as no more than an idea,

and I consider eternity as another possibility,

and I think of each life as a flower, as common

as a field daisy, and as singular,


and each name a comfortable music in the mouth,

tending, as all music does, toward silence,


and each body a lion of courage, and something

precious to the earth.


When it's over, I want to say: all my life

I was a bride married to amazement.

I was the bridegroom, taking the world into my arms.


When it's over, I don't want to wonder

if I have made my life something particular, and real.

I don't want to find myself sighing and frightened,

or full of argument.


I don't want to end up simply having visited this world.

When Death Comes

by Mary Oliver

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