Legacy ~ Vigil ~ Compassion

All Words to Describe Your Work as a Death Doula

Our Mission

To deliver quality end of life care wherever someone calls home with compassion and culturally sensitive human connection as hallmarks.

Wherever you lay your head we may make your hospice bed

         ABOUT US

Who are Our Leaders

What started as Three

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We Are....

Creating Awarness and Normalizing Death for Youth with


Keeping the conversation going when talking about dying, death and grief is more important than ever with our HHA Death Cafes

Growing the Death Doula Movement 

        As a person who watched a grandma, uncle, father and son pass, I am so honoured to be a part of a team helping those ready to transition; do so with dignity and peace. Thank you Home Hospice Association for bringing this to life- to bridge the gaps in services so people can have humanity with this end of life transition.


           When my treatment was over and I went back to work, with a clean bill of health, it was then that the stress of my diagnosis caught up with my wife. Because the kind of family support offered when hospice exists in a community, was not available in ours, she had nowhere to turn.

            While the hospital was so kind to us, providing two private rooms for the days my son was actively dying; I was aware of the fact that two children were not getting the potentially life-saving treatment they needed. 




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