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Non-medical assistance with end of life guidance, assistance, and planning both practical and emotional. This service is for those who need trustworthy, caring support for their loved ones. Whether nearing the end of life or preparing for the future, this service is designed to answer practical questions about death and dying, both for the client and their support network. With this service, the client will make decisions for after death including getting affairs in order, legacy projects, filling out essential paperwork, and memorial and funeral arrangements.
Offers peace of mind to those looking to ease the transition for loved ones. This service provides assistance in preparing Advanced Care Directives and outlining after-death wishes and considerations. Notary Public services are also available.
Caring for the needs of a sick or dying loved one can be a full-time job. Caregiver Assistance is an hourly service providing temporary, non-medical relief for caregivers. This service allows the caregiver to have time to run errands, handle outside obligations, or just recharge knowing that their loved one is being cared for and watched over.
The loss of a loved one is a life-changing experience. Mourning support offers emotional and practical assistance for those who have recently lost a loved one. This service provides neutral aid during difficult times. Support includes holding space for grieving, answering questions regarding memorial and funeral options, planning assistance, and interacting with professionals on behalf of the client.
Death often brings forth questions about the afterlife. This service allows for non-denominational emotional and psychological support to help come to terms with death and dying. The client will be supplied with materials pertinent to their questions and discussions will be aimed at easing the spirit to the coming transition.