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At Compassionate Crossings you are guided and supported through the end of life journey with grace, compassion, and dignity. Discover the peace and beauty of a mindful, and meaningful goodbye. Let Compassionate Crossings show you the way.

Meet Lori

Elder Care and End-of-Life Doula

I'm an end-of-life doula. My inspiration for end-of-life care was motivated by my experiences with loved ones and being at my parent's bedside when they transitioned. I feel drawn to accompany others through their end-of-life journey. My experiences have given me a unique perspective on death and the importance of discussing it. As a hospice volunteer, I find meaning in offering grace and compassion to those navigating the dying process. I have discovered a deep sense of purpose and recognized being an end-of-life doula is my true path.​


Embracing the truth that life and death are intertwined allows us to live fully in the present and depart peacefully, leaving a legacy of love and courage for those we leave behind.

Elder Care

As a trusted friend, I offer companionship and emotional and practical support, enabling you or your loved one to maintain independence and quality of life.

End of Life Care

I provide emotional, physical, and spiritual support for you or your loved one during the end-of-life process.


Join me for local or online grief support. I also offer speaking engagements on topics related to death and dying.

Planning & Wishes

I gently guide you to discern your healthcare wishes are clear and support you in reflecting on your life review and legacy.

Grief Support

I offer compassionate and holistic grief and bereavement support services to help you find solace and strength as you journey through this challenging time.

Dementia Support

I offer families facing dementia a compassionate hand to hold, providing emotional support, guidance, resources, and education to better understand the disease and advocate for the well-being of their loved ones.

Legacy Photography

I capture cherished and timeless moments through bedside photography or artistic images.


"The sooner we can embrace death, the more time we have to live completely, and to live in reality."
-Roshi Joan Halifax

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