Companionship, support and advocacy for you and/or your loved ones.
Facilitating end of life discussions and providing resources to support reflection and dialogue.
Assistance with death-related paperwork and administration.
Tools to help loved ones feel connected and involved whether in person or from a distance.
Vigil presence and support at the end of life.
Since death is certain, and the time of death is uncertain, what is the most important thing?
Support at the End of Life
Kim Winnicky brings a calm and compassionate presence to help individuals and families navigate the end of life journey.
Each death, like each life, is unique. Kim engages with her clients to help clarify their values and needs. Her client-centred approach creates a safe and supportive space for individuals at the end of life and their loved ones.
Kim has volunteered with Hospice Yukon since 2015. She currently coordinates Hospice Yukon's vigil program and works with clients in their last weeks, days and hours of life. She has completed training as an End-of-Life Doula and is a member of the End of Life Doula Association of Canada.