What is an End of Life Doula/Midwife?--Online Version
You will learn how End-of-life Doulas/Midwives are trained. These Doulas/Midwives become non-medical caregivers who provide holistic, personalized care to dying individuals and their families. Their services include community resources, education, emotional support, and household assistance. Deah Kinion, Certified End of Life Doula has earned a proficiency badge from the National End-of-Life Doula Alliance (NEDA). The new Proficiency Assessment establishes a strong foundation of knowledge, integrity, and skill in the field.
|Our online classes will be using the platform Zoom.|
|The link for your Zoom class, along with a password, will be sent to you in the Registration Reminder 2 days prior to the class start, as well as any handouts for the class. Zoom is free and makes attending the online classes easy. Even if you don’t have a smart device, you can attend with a phone. Resources for you to prepare for you Zoom Class can be found by reading this PDF and visiting the "Getting Started" Zoom Tutorials page.|
Deah Kinion has successfully passed the certification program and is qualified to offer professional End of Life Doula support. Deah identifies as a death educator and speaks on a variety of end of life topics, including Advanced Directives, home funeral doula support, and green burial. She is co-founder of the SE MN Threshold Network.