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24-W104 What Does a Doula Do? Managing End-of-Life Transitions – Barb Turner

$85.00

Instructor: Barb Turner
Course Date: January 15, 2024 to March 6, 2024
This course takes place from 6:00 PM to 6:59 PM:
Mondays, Wednesdays

SKU: 24-W104 Category:

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Not sure what an end-of-life doula does? In this class you will learn how to help you and your family make end-of-life decisions. Explore advance care planning, caregiving, grief and bereavement, home funerals, spiritual/religious considerations, public health, palliative care, MAID, legacy, advocacy and after-death care. Get what you want/need in the end-of-life transition. This class will help reduce fear and create a loving perspective on yet another part of life. Don’t wait until you’re in this stage of life to plan.

Instructor:

Barb Turner is a frontline healthcare worker, death doula, Trauma-informed Family Constellations facilitator, certified life coach, volunteer at hospice and works with clients with chronic conditions and deep trauma, and with older adults.

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