Tranquil Options

tranquil options

Welcome To

Tranquil Options

Death is going to affect every single one of us and we’re often not good at thinking or talking about it or planning for it in advance. Another transition that can often be delayed, poorly planned for, or occurs hurriedly after illness or injury, is entry into residential aged care. While transition into and residing in care can sometimes present difficulties and challenges, the loss of independence, familiar surrounds, and changes to routines can be daunting. This can especially be the case when the resident experiences dementia.

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Elder Care In Living And Death

My vision at Tranquil Options is to make a difference and support as many people as I can to: continue to live independently at home (if that is their wish); and have a peaceful entry into and experience living in residential care, and end of life transition. I have a unique focus on those experiencing dementia.
I achieve this by offering a professional, person centred, non-medical, elder care service to bridge the gap, and ensure our elders and family/significant others are informed and empowered, regarding all care and choices, before and after death.

There is no right way to approach life’s transitions. The role of Tranquil Options is not to tell anyone what to do, but to support, guide and assist. I provide information and options, so choices that are right for the individuals and those they care about are made. I can support you to know that you are not helpless, and everyone has the means within them and the support around them to navigate these transitions with strength, dignity and peace.

Please visit my About Me and Services pages to learn more about what I do.

tranquil options

Welcome To

Tranquil Options

Death is going to affect every single one of us and we’re often not good at thinking or talking about it or planning for it in advance. Another transition that can often be delayed, poorly planned for, or occurs hurriedly after illness or injury, is entry into residential aged care. While transition into and residing in care can sometimes present difficulties and challenges, the loss of independence, familiar surrounds, and changes to routines can be daunting. This can especially be the case when the resident experiences dementia.

tranquil options

Elder Care In Living And Death

My vision is to make a difference and support as many people as I can to: continue to live independently at home (if that is their wish); and have a peaceful entry into and experience living in residential care, and end of life transition. I have a unique focus on those experiencing dementia.
I achieve this by offering a professional, person centred, non-medical, elder care service to bridge the gap, and ensure our elders and family/significant others are informed and empowered, regarding all care and choices, before and after death.

There is no right way to approach life’s transitions. My role is not to tell anyone what to do, but to support, guide and assist. I provide information and options, so choices that are right for the individuals and those they care about are made. I can support you to know that you are not helpless, and everyone has the means within them and the support around them to navigate these transitions with strength, dignity and peace.

Please visit my About Me and Services pages to learn more about what I do.