Hi, I'm Sabrina, an End of Life Doula.
I approach death holistically, helping support choices at end of life and giving you or your loved ones more control over care. I offer practical and personal help at home, lifting some of the burden of responsibility that lies on the shoulders of primary caregivers. I work with you to create a personalised end of life care plan, gently guiding you through what might feel like an overwhelming time. Mostly I’m a calm and loving presence who will walk alongside you on your journey.
I love this work and would be honoured to support you.
End of Life Doula
This free 30 to 60 minute consultation is designed to help us get to know each other, and see if I am the right fit for you / your loved one. It will help me understand your needs and how I might be best placed to serve you. I look forward to chatting with you!
Non Medical Support
I provide practical support around the home, relieving the burden placed on primary caregivers. I help make sense of situations, discussing options, and aiding in difficult conversations with loved ones. I'll help interview care homes, in-home care agencies and hospices to help determine where you / your loved one wishes to go when the time comes.
Advance Care Planning
I will help you build an end of life care plan that is rooted in your unique wishes. Death and dying are not something that we like to talk about; the care plan is built to help guide and support the dying and their families, and ensures their wishes are at the forefront of every decision.
I seek to help those reaching their end of life, and their loved ones to find light and meaning during this delicate time. In practical terms there are ways of doing this by assisting in legacy planning and facilitating life reviews which have been proven to restore a sense of optimism, improve a person's well being and satisfaction with how they've lived their lives.
Support at End of Life
I provide companionship and vigil presence for those actively dying. I'll help make everyone feel more grounded and ensure caregivers are prioritising their well-being.
Working Through Fear
Fear, anxiety and uncertainty are natural feelings when it comes to death and dying, but there are ways to alleviate these feelings. If you or someone you know is feeling overwhelmed by the idea of losing their parents, partner, children, or coming to terms with their own mortality, I can help.