Rebekah Domer

Rebekah Domer

Caring for others has been the bedrock of my life from young on. I cared for my sister, who had Down Syndrome, for my first twenty-seven years until she died in my arms at the age of twenty-eight. I then went on to accompany my mother until her death from cancer, after which I became … Read more

Deirdre Luff

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Hi, I am Deirdre, I live on the Norfolk/ Suffolk border near Bungay.  I live with my ponies and dogs and my children and grandchildren live close by.  I have recently retired from the NHS where I worked as an Occupational Therapist and specialised in palliative care and life limiting conditions. I have also been … Read more

Jane O’Riordan

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I am a doula in training with End of Life Doula UK and can offer individuals and those close to them support in a practical way. I live in Ipswich, Suffolk and can support families within 20 miles. A terminal diagnosis or being at end of life can be a frightening prospect and I understand … Read more

Felicity Pryor

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I was introduced to Living Well Dying Well Network and the training through the Compassionate Companions project in Suffolk.  It has been inspiring and has prepared me to work as a doula giving time and space for those at end of life to be listened to without judgement. I offer help with Advance Planning as … Read more

Meg Brown

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I learnt so much about the dying process when my friend had cancer and I accompanied her over the two years of her illness. I learnt that dying could be talked about, with tears, yes, but also with laughter and warm companionship. I feel passionately that at the end of life we should be accompanied … Read more