At Here/After, we provide compassionate support and guidance through life's most challenging transitions. Our end of life doula services are designed to empower individuals and their loved ones as they navigate the final stages of life.


End of Life Doula Support

Compassionate end of life support with personalized care and advocacy.


Death Cafe, Death Meditation, Workshops and more!


Our resources page is always growing so please keep checking back.

Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly is a Death Doula or End of life Doula?

End of life Doulas empower, educate and encourage people and their families to be involved in making decisions.  The word "doula" is Greek for servant or helper. Like a birth doula supports women during the labor process, a death doula supports a person during the dying process. This support is specific to that person's needs, beliefs, and desires.  

I just don't think we are there yet... How can an end of life doula support us at this stage?

Our support is for everyone. A big part of our work is to help start  conversations about end of life. We also offer presentations on your options for memorialization, disposition, and final arrangements. We are here to support those with life limiting illnesses and  also those who are interested in death studies. 

I'm terrified of dying and not comfortable having conversations about end of life... Can you help me?

Here/After offers a plethora of resources to support those who have a fear of dying as well as workshops and seminars including death meditation. 


“I cannot thank Here/After enough for their invaluable support during a difficult time. Their kindness and expertise made a world of difference for my family and me.”

Jackie Thompson

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Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, Canada

About us

Here/After is dedicated to providing compassionate and personalized support through life's most challenging transitions. Our team is committed to empowering individuals and their loved ones to navigate the end of life with dignity and peace.