I am a helper.
As the rest of my work, my end-of-life work is rooted in touch.
At the end-of-life, often touch is purely investigative. My touch is a nurturing and loving one. A touch, that is whole, sturdy, strong and unwavering, but also isn't limited to physical, I carry it throughout my work, be it folding laundry,
brushing hair, sanitizing bathrooms, cooking dinner or completing paperwork.