The Evolving Role of the Trained Doula in End-of-Life Care

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Please Join us in the NOHS Boardroom to watch this webinar on­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ The Evolving Role of the Trained Death Doula in End-of-Life Care. This is a new role being introduced to palliative care in North America. Curious? Come find out a little more about death doulas with us.

Death doulas, individuals who provide non-medical care and support, are playing an increasingly important role in helping dying persons and their families. Alua Arthur, founder of Going with Grace, will examine this growing field and how trained death doulas can complement the care that hospice and end-of-life professionals provide.

REACH (Resources, Education, and Advocacy to Champion Hospice-palliative care) is an innovative program designed to engage, inform, and educate the North Okanagan community with the goal of improving palliative, end-of-life, and bereavement care

Every year, NOHS hostes a suite of webinars published by the Hospice Foundation of America.

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