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We help families co-create a personalized and graduated care plan for healthy aging and end-of-life transition with their loved one so they can live fully and intentionally, and complete their life in the most empowered, supported and dignified way.
How It Works
Schedule a free, 30-minute phone consultation. Share more information about your situation, needs, and values using our pre-consultation questionnaire.
During the consultation, we’ll use the information you’ve already provided and ask additional questions about what’s bringing you to Transitional Wisdom. Together we will determine the service or program that best fits your needs and schedule.
Start your customized program focused on goals.
Consultations are available via video or phone, and free of charge.
The 3 Pillars of TW
Self-Care & Self-Work
We know the last years of life is a precious time to spend with loved ones, but it can also be stressful and trigger unresolved family issues. In order for complete healing and peaceful transition to take place, you as a caregiver also need to prioritize your own mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing.
We help by facilitating and guiding you to prioritize your own self-care and self-work to positively and powerfully show up for your loved one.
Compassion & Validation
We believe that your loved one’s aging and end-of-life journey can play out in an emotionally dignified way. Your love, support, and validation will help them release any negative events from their past, feel understood, and life their life joyously and peacefully.
We help you, as the caregiver, prepare for your role and express deeper compassion and acceptance for what your loved one is going through.
Co-Creation & Collaboration
We help families come together to identify the best way they can support a loved one throughout their declining years. No matter where they are on their aging journey, it’s never too late (or too early) to prepare for healthy aging and a peaceful and supported transition.
We give families the tools they need to have respectful conversations with one another and navigate a complex medical system so everyone can feel empowered in the decision-making process — including, and most importantly, the one who is ill or aging. Co-creating an end-of-life transition plan as a family will make the experience collaborative, intentional, and dignified.