There is a quiet revolution happening around the world to embrace the reality of death and dying. I recently founded Ending Well to help people plan, prepare, and experience “their own good death.” I’m part of creating a new paradigm for approaching the end of life. My motto has become “Life matters. Talk about death.”
As an End-of-Life Specialist I can help with advance care planning, help patients become active participants in their own health care by aiding in patient literacy and advocacy, provide non-medical support for those at the end of life, offer support for women and families who have experienced or are expecting to experience pregnancy loss, and serve as a home funeral guide by helping people navigate how to have a home funeral and personal rituals after a loved one has died. I want everyone to be aware of and prepared for the choices they can make for themselves as they think about or approach the end of life.
I will be holding a conference August 19-21 at the Unitarian Church of Montpelier to formally launch my business. The conference is called “Ending Well: Practical Conversations About Preparing For The End Of Life”. Two of my mentors and teachers will be joining me. I’ll be playing The Wake Up To Dying Project’s collection of audio stories about “death, dying, and life” so it’s going to be a really great opportunity for people to come and learn about how to make the most of what I offer our community. For more information and full schedule email firstname.lastname@example.org