a presentation of ... Creative Healing, LLC
|Posted by Karen M. Wyatt on April 5, 2018 at 4:00 PM|
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There's a movement sweeping the country that involves teaching people to provide care for their loved ones and neighbors as they reach the end of life. My guest for this interview, palliative care nurse Deanna Cochran, is one of the leaders and instigators of this trend through her Quality of LIfe Care Orgnanization. Deanna will share with us how the doula movement is growing and what has changed in grassroots end-of-life care over the past few years.
In this interview you will learn:
- The definition of an "end-of-life doula"
- What it currently means to have a "certificate" as an end-of-life doula and how that will change in the future
- Why the certification process can be helpful to the doula movement overall
- How the International Death Doula Training taking in place in Maui got started and what the future holds
- How hospices are beginning to embrace end-of-life doulas
- Advice for those who are considering becoming an end-of-life doula
Categories: Care of the Dying