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What does an end of life doula provide?

End of life doulas (also referred to as death doulas or transition guides) are non-medical professionals who provide support and companionship to terminally ill individuals and their loved ones through the dying process. End of life doulas provide emotional, physical, and spiritual support. They can assist with life reviews and legacy work, grief support, and many other activities.

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