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Care happens moment to moment, it is grown with personal and interpersonal practices that change over time.

Care Plan Facilitation

Types of Care Plans

  • Advance Directive Document(s)
  • Change in Diagnosis (Mental, Emotional, & Physical)
  • Change in Spiritual Community (Mental, Emotional, & Physical)
  • Pregnancy & Postpartum
  • End-of-Life & Death
  • Crisis & Environmental Disaster

Examples of Support

  • Organization, outlines, and scheduling care with direct-community, doula team, providers
  • Evidence-based guidance, tools, and techniques for additional people & any partner(s)
  • Education and support to understand the basics of the upcoming change, including procedures, or the available options for integrative care
  • Exploring full-spectrum of assistance paths, including independent and/or hired support
  • Logistical information about day-to-day & crisis mapping, options for local medical & nonmedical care, home/hospital/clinic resources, provider referrals, etc
  • Support planning expected and unexpected outcomes, including natural disaster preparedness, accessibility plans for school/work, harm reduction and safety planning for mental health, substance use, domestic violence, etc
  • Customized provider education materials to support and educate the care team in providing you with affirming care, including integrative health, spiritual, cultural, and non/religious care

All services are available at hourly or package rates or as seasonal services. The timelines are determined by each person or group’s needs. Sessions are generally between 45 minutes to 1.5 hours at the sliding-scale rate of $0 – 75.

Direct Care Services

Individual Services

  • Direct Consultation
  • Respite for Caretakers
  • Creative Storytelling
  • Listening Circles

Examples of Support

  • Informational and resource navigation for clients and the caregiving team
  • Companionship before/after appointments, special events, or non/medical procedures
  • Nourishing the person and caretakers through meal preparation or in-home support
  • Assistance with childcare & housework
  • Education in and accessible tools/techniques for physical relaxation and relief
  • Informational or facilitation support for appointments, or special events
  • Spiritual support and companionship in grief, embodied personal responses, planning, postpartum, and/or end-of-life care
  • Exploration of possible experiences or outcomes i.e. puberty, gender transitions, pregnancy loss, abortion, death, or natural disaster
  • Integrative support for abortion, pregnancy loss, miscarriage, end-of-life, and death
  • Emotional support throughout planning end-of-life care, including body care & disposition

Joys of Full-spectrum Care

  • Client-led, supportive advocacy, especially with the tools for consent in basic integrated care
  • Values Exploration; support discerning and clarifying beliefs and values around various topics (i.e. disability, consent, natural disaster, child-care, pregnancy loss, abortion, end-of-life, medical-aid-in-dying, death, etc)
  • Reflection, discernment, and exploration of non/religious beliefs and values around needs

All services are available at hourly or package rates. The timelines are determined by each person or group’s needs. Sessions are generally between 2 hours and 5 hours at the sliding-scale rate of $300-750+. There is no cost for people who are experiencing housing instability, domestic violence, and/or incarcerated. Please reach out to talk more.

Notary Services

Certain documents must be notarized in order to have legal effect. State governments have deemed it necessary to enlist a trained individual to assist with signing certain formal and corresponding legal documents. Following their official appointment, a “notary public” performs as a quasi-public officer to attest to the proper execution of these important documents.

Examples of Documents:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Deeds
  • Contracts
  • Affidavits

Please bring a valid & unexpired government-issued photo identification. There are some documents that may require witnesses in addition to the notarization. Please share the type of document when booking your session, and check in if you need support finding someone to witness if such a requirement is mandated by the laws of your state.

Fees for notarial acts are a sliding-scale rate of $0-10. If requested it is sometimes possible to arrange travel to a requested location, which may include an additional fee due to distance and time spent on commute.

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