It’s a difficult decision to make, but how do you know when the time is right?

 

When a person is nearing end of life, you may notice things changing.

 

Maybe they aren’t eating as much as they used to, sleeping or napping more, experiencing mood changes, losing weight, becoming more weak, and needing assistance or complete care of certain tasks.

 

They may have a difficult time completing even the simplest of tasks, like sitting up at the side of the bed or walking to the bathroom without needing assistance or having severe weakness, shortness of breath, or pain when they try.

 

They may even talk about wanting to stop going to the doctors and hospitals, stop being poked and prodded, and would like to be home, surrounded and supported by their loved ones, until the end of their life.

 

IT’S TIME TO FOCUS ON QUALITY OF LIFE AND COMFORT.

 

While no one wants to think about it, the reality is all of us will have to go through this at some point in our lives.

 

I’m here to help guide you and support you through your end of life journey.