Providing Holistic Support & Companionship for Phoenix Area Elders

100 years ago our parents and grandparents lived with us as they aged.  100 years ago, almost every household had at least one stay-at-home adult.  In our time, this is just no longer the case.  Time, distance, work and other obligations have taken our ability to properly care for our elders away.   20% of our elder population don't even have children to help care for them.

I offer individualized holistic physical, emotional, practical and spiritual support for my elder clients.  This includes activities, promoting an active lifestyle where possible, create legacy projects, handle practical tasks and more.  

I am available to accompany my clients to medical appointments to support and advocate. 

This service is not only for the client, but a great way to ensure caregivers are taking time to care for themselves.  

THE NUMBER ONE FEAR OF THE ELDER PERSON IS THAT A FAMILY WHO HAS PROMISED NOT TO PUT THEM IN A NURSING HOME WILL GO BACK ON THAT PROMISE.

General Eldercare Doula Services

  • Companionship
  • Respite Care
  • Education
  • Advocacy
  • Resource Referrals
  • Planning
  • Meal Preparation
  • Emotional Support
  • Doctor's Visits
  • Shopping & Outings
  • Socialization
  • Coordination of Care
  • Energy Healing
  • Downsizing  & Organizing

Pricing

Because each clients' needs are different, the cost of my end-of-life doula services are based on an hourly rate.  This allows me to customize each client's care plan rather than lumping anyone into a box.  If we choose to move forward together after our initial discovery meeting, we will have an in-person consultation to come up with a detailed care plan together.

My regular hourly rate is $75.  I offer a 10% discount on bundles of 5 hours or more, which are pre-paid.  It is important for my services to be accessible, therefore custom package rates are available.   

Some Statistics


85%

of people 65+ will need some form of assistance at some point.
22%

of Arizona residents are 65 or older
25%
of Arizonans 65-74
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