I have enjoyed a very varied and full life so far, working in many fields while supporting my husband and bringing up my two daughters. After caring for my parents on and off until their deaths, I started working as an End of Life Carer firstly in the community and then in a live-in capacity. Since then I have supported many elderly people in their homes on a 2/3/4 week basis. During that time I have been their companion, guide, and confidant while also caring for all their needs and being there
for them during difficult and sometimes upsetting situations. In 2018 I completed my Diploma Course as an End of Life Doula and although retired from live-in caring, I am able to walk alongside someone at the very end of their life who wishes to die at home, making it my role always to support their needs and wishes first. I strongly believe in living a natural and simple life and that the process of dying can be made in the same vein with comfort, compassion, peace, and dignity. I am loyal, reliable, organised with a ‘can do’ attitude, and feel passionately about supporting people who want to make their own decisions about how they die.