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Noble's Death Doula Program

Noble Hospice’s goal is to provide more support, more time, and more attention to our patients, families, and facilities. This is why we have developed an end-of-life doula program utilizing Certified End of Life Doulas (CEOLD) trained in providing quality hospice care.

Noble Hospice CEOLD's:​

  • Provide additional support to patients, families, and facilities using a holistic approach.  

  • Act as an adjunct therapy to hospice services. This means the doula does not replace the interdisciplinary team, instead they work alongside the rest of the support team. 

  • Are skilled in therapeutic communication and extensive education on death and dying, aromatherapy, comfort touch, and music therapy. They use techniques to aid in comfort with the actively dying patient. 

  • Assist in legacy work, vigil planning and visiting with actively dying patients and their families. 

  • Hold the belief that before we can start grieving, we must first understand that death is a natural part of the life-cycle. Doulas educate the public on this through in-services and educational opportunities regarding the importance of advanced directives and end of life education. 

  • Hold Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN) license in the state of Arizona. This ensures the ability to do aggressive symptom management when needed. Noble Hospice understands there are instances when non-pharmacological interventions are not enough on their own.

  • Offer many resources on death, dying, and grief. They hold space for the dying person and provide education to caregivers on the importance of self-care. 

Noble Hospice Death Doula team. Sherry, LPN and Teia, CNA posing in front of a Noble Hospice themed backdrop.

Noble Hospice Death Doula Team. Sherry, LPN (left) and Teia, CNA (right).

Available 24/7

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