End of life transition
For People and Pets.

Brisbane and Gold Coast Doula Service

Services

Initial consultation

Ongoing Support

Service Availability

Rural and Remote Doula Service

Services

Initial consultation

Ongoing Support

Service Availability

Standard Fees

For all services

Ask About My Special NDIS Rates

Weekday
Monday – Friday
(9am – 5pm)
Monday – Friday
(5pm – 9am)
$75/hr $90/hr
(Sleepover/vigil negotiable)
Weekend
Friday 5pm to Monday 9am

$120/hr
(Sleepover/vigil negotiable)
Public Holiday
All Hours

$200/hr
(Sleepover/vigil negotiable)

I have the unique privilege of being able to take my services on the road, wherever I might be needed. I have my own accommodation on wheels so I can support people anywhere, any time.

Please ask about special package rates and sleepover/ bedside vigil rates.

The role of a Death Doula

A Death Doula, also known as an End-of-Life Doula, is a support person who provides non-judgemental, non-medical holistic support to those nearing the end of life or who have received a terminal diagnosis. A Death Doula also typically offers support to the friends and family of the terminally ill, elderly, dying, or recently deceased.

End-of-life Doulas may serve…

  • Those who have received a terminal diagnosis, at any age
  • The grieving, those who have lost or are about to say goodbye to a loved one
  • Those facing the loss of a pet or beloved animal
  • Those not near death but who seek to find acceptance and peace around their mortality
  • Those looking to practically plan for their end-of-life care and final burial or funeral, at any age, regardless of health status

I aim to bring comfort and peace to your final transition. Walking you home from your Earth journey.

 

Grattitude

Suellen and Mary

Myself, Suellen will be telling this story about my mum Mary-Ellen Miller. In 2019 Mum got diagnosed with Corticobasel syndrome which is a terminal disease .My mum was a hard working women as a blue care nurse.As you could imagine as an independent lady getting told that …”you have got a terminal disease, and you won’t be able to talk or walk within the next three years go and enjoy your life before this happens”, was very difficult. This was a life changing event for my mum .Mum didn’t want to travel or go anywhere she just wanted to spend ...
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Hannah and Saffy

Last year my dog, Saffy, got diagnosed with cancer after a series of terrifying seizures. Saffy was closer to me than any human in my life, she had taken care of me as much if not more than I had taken care of her for 10 years. The sudden realisation I would lose her shook my entire world apart. In the panic I realised I’d have to decide what to do with her after she was gone and I felt like I was lost in a hurricane of emotions and decisions I had to make. I kind of remember when ...
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