What To Know Before You Begin
End of Life Training
You'll Learn:
- About a new role that is changing the face of dying .
- Why you don’t need to be “medical” to be the solution in end of life care .
- The biggest block people have that are keeping them from serving the dying .

You'll Understand:
- What is most important to serve the dying in your community.
- Where you fit into the present landscape of end of life care .
- Why there will never be too many people providing personal services.

 You'll Take away:
- A confidence boost to manifest your own ideas about serving the dying .
- The knowledge of what we are facing today and how you can change the world, one family at a time.
- A new commitment to deepen your impact in the exact place you feel so much passion .

What Students Are Saying...
"I don’t know where to start with this. Working with you has had such tremendous value and I can’t imagine trying to step into this role without having your support and the course. Just the amount and quality of information contained in the course has been really wonderful...I also feel much more comfortable with how I will be presenting myself primarily as a healthcare advocate, based on your recommendation. You hit that spot on and even though it was right in front of me, that that is my true and natural strength, I wasn’t thinking that leading with that role was the way to go. "
- Danielle D.

"I was uncertain if I was able to take on such a task. Your class gave me the tools I needed to serve the dying, and the confidence to be able to serve. Starting a business is a bit scary but I am now confident I can succeed. Working with you has been a pure joy! It has truly changed my life. "

- Burneace D.
About Your Host
Deanna Cochran RN is a leading voice in the grassroots movement for "dying well" in the USA and abroad since 2005.

She believes everyone has a place at the table and feels unity and collaboration will empower us all to serve the most people. This forward thinking has resulted in many powerful initiatives. She founded the End of Life Practitioners Collective and also a founding member and first Vice President of the National End of Life Doula Alliance (NEDA), the world's first membership organization for End of Life Doulas and trainers from all backgrounds and experiences. She is also privileged to be a member and first Chair of the End of Life Doula Council within the National Hospice Palliative & Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO). 
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