Bringing End-of-Life Care Back Home

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A generation ago the baby boomers brought back home births. Recently there has been a resurgence in home-based end-of-life care.  As a natural extension of home hospice care, families are choosing to care for the body of their deceased loved one themselves, at home.

Meaningful, personalized home funeral care allows family and friends to say good-bye to their loved one in a more familiar and natural setting, and in their own way and time.  Slowing down the process allows all involved to absorb the loss at their own pace.  Home funeral care can be a profound final expression of love for someone who has died. 

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One thought on “Bringing End-of-Life Care Back Home

  1. Kathi Kelly says:

    Hi Rochelle. I just spoke with Cassandra Yonder today and she suggested that I connect with you. I am very interested in bringing Death Midwifery to the Barrie area. I will hope to attend your upcoming session April 13 as a way of meeting you, however you look familiar to me somehow. Be well and hopefully we can connect in person soon.

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