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.
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I sat across from my 10-year-old niece at dinner last night. It was New Year’s Day, a fresh year lays full of promise, a blank slate before us, and her tired face was a blessing to see. She was exhausted from a cheerleading practice; she throws herself with such...read more
I was on my hands and knees underneath the counter, digging for a pan to make cornbread until I realized the pan I was searching for in the bowels of my kitchen cabinets, I had brilliantly decided to use to hold beads and rocks several weeks ago, and hence it was...read more
My name is Amanda Carr and I am a death doula. Even my closest friends and colleagues don't necessarily understand what that means though - so let me try to explain a bit better from *my* perspective. A longtime ER nurse, I’ve transitioned into doing end-of-life work...read more