Changing the Face of Dying was born of ten amazing years working in hospitals and emergency rooms across the country. In that time, a vision formed of changing our societal views on death as a taboo subject; starting and perpetuating conversations about end-of-life; education to change the way we perceive death and plan for it; retaining control of our lives to the very last breath.  We work with individuals, organizations and families in a multifaceted approach to define quality of life and plan for how to maintain that quality through to the last breath.

Most Recent Blog Posts

Love, Grief, Breath.

It's been a difficult year. I may be a woman that works with death all the time, but let me tell you: all the practice in the world doesn't make it easy when it’s your friends that are dying, when the people that you are asking to let go are ‘your people.’ As a...

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“Just Because We Can – Doesn’t Always Mean We Should” – A Phrase With Many Applications

The Phrase “Just because we can doesn’t always mean we should” is one often heard these days in the context of making decisions about life saving procedures and interventions – but it also has other wide reaching applications including – should I take my loved one home to die. The Article included and the commentary provided here by Amanda gives insight into some of the key thoughts and factors that go into such a decision.

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