Add Death Doula &Death and Dying to Your Care Management Agency
Deliver a Good End of Life-
Add Death and Dying to Your Care Management Agency
Serve Your Client until Death Do You Part
This webinar is free
Death Doula – What is that?-In this 1 ½ -hour webinar you will learn “What is Death Doula and how Care managers can work with them.
Sign up for my webinar on Death Doulas and End of Life. In A Washington Post, this week a Post article said that Death Doulas have become a nationwide death-positive, national movement mirroring the traditional ritual in Mexico that many Americans also celebrate, the Day of the Dead. That ritual holiday celebrates death as a positive part of life by remembering those who have died, honoring them with flowers ( marigolds), and “commemorating death as another element of life.
We live in a culture that is afraid of death- where death, like birth, was hidden in institutions, like nursing homes and hospitals for decades so that families never had to experience it. This hiding away from the entrance and exit of life is one reason why we fear death. Death-like birth used to occur at home, where families could see and feel the dying person, hold them, and smell them, so those fears were not there. Now like a birth, that can happen at home death can too at home with the help of a geriatric care manager and a Death Doula who like a midwife of birth – is a midwife of death. This a reason you should sign up for my webinar on Deliver of Good End of Life.
Sign up for my free webinar in Death Doulas and End of Life and learn from an interview with Patti Urban ALCA care manager and Death Doula
What is a death doula?
what exactly does a death doula do?
Do Death Doula work with Hospice, Care Managers, or just families
Is there a Charge
How can I contact a Death Doula
How can a care manager be trained as a Death Doula?
Patti, a Certified Dementia Practitioner, Senior Advisor, and End of Life Doula, is the owner of Aging Care Planning Solutions, a geriatric care management and end-of-life planning practice. She is the former Executive Director of Shoreline of Clinton, a memory care assisted living community, and the former owner of Comfort Keepers, a home care company serving seniors, both located in Connecticut. She is the founder of the Shoreline Area Senior Network, a local networking and educational group for professionals serving the senior community along the Connecticut Shoreline. Currently, she is a member of the Advisory Council of the Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut and is a former Board Member of the Shoreline Eldercare Alliance, Association of Women Business Leaders, Orchard House Adults Day Center, Shoreline Chamber of Commerce, and National Speakers Association Connecticut Chapter.
She resides in Connecticut and is the mother of three daughters and one son, all adopted from China. She can be reached at 845-641-8123, pattiurban@agingcarePS.com, and www.agingcarePS.com.
We will Also Cover Serve Your Client until Death Do You Part
- Transition the patient/family through the five stages of death
- Help clients be active participants in their care
- Give the family/caregiver tools to manage care
- Provide family center care to family caregivers and family
- Choose the right support services through all stages of death
- Introduce Hospice and Palliative care and work with their team
- Use ALCA End-of-Life Benefits During COVID
- Use COVID -19 Family Coaching for GCM
If you really want to add End of Life to your care management business sign up for this webinar now