doula connecting remotely

I know many of you are not making in-person visits to your clients, family and friends right now. Here are a few ideas for being a remote end-of-life doula, based on my personal experience. I’d love to hear from you about how you are coping. See below for an invitation for all EOL doulas to…

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Starting a local Death Cafe is a great way to contribute to the well-being of your community and become known as an End-of-Life Doula. You mush commit to following the mission as outlined on the Death Cafe website, where you’ll also find the guidelines. Death Cafe is not a place to give a presentation or…

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virtual reality trip

Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer technology that immerses the user inside a simulated environment. End-of-life doula Anissa Picard, thanks to her son, took a VR trip to Croatia that was so enjoyable she decided to try VR with patients at the local hospice where she volunteers. A few months later, Anissa was able to…

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