Meghan Maher

Meghan Maher

Windermere, Florida

Meghan Maher

Meghan Maher

I am here to reimagine...

I am here to reimagine the way we approach death - to honor the dying process with love and compassion, support families through grief, and empower individuals to find peace in their final chapter.

My Story

My journey in end-of-life care started years ago, working in oncology clinical research, and deepened when my Mom was diagnosed with cancer. As her primary caregiver and an only child, I felt the weight of scarce support and denial around death, leading to loneliness. When she died my grieving process sparked a shift in how I view deathcaring and grief. As a hospice volunteer I found my soul home...
My journey in end-of-life care started years ago, working in oncology clinical research, and deepened when my Mom was diagnosed with cancer. As her primary caregiver and an only child, I felt the weight of scarce support and denial around death, leading to loneliness. When she died my grieving process sparked a shift in how I view deathcaring and grief. As a hospice volunteer I found my soul home - supporting families through end of life. Today, I am a compassionate presence and educator for individuals, and their loved ones, at the end of their life. I create safe and empowering spaces for families to feel understood, trusted, heard, and loved. I am committed to normalizing conversations about death and bringing awareness to the importance of holistic non-medical support. I want to equip families with the tools and resources to navigate death and grief with grace and resilience.
My journey in end-of-life care started years ago, working in oncology clinical research, and deepened when my Mom was diagnosed with cancer. As her primary caregiver and an only child, I felt the weight of scarce support and denial around death, leading to loneliness. When she died my grieving process sparked a shift in how I view deathcaring and grief. As a hospice volunteer I found my soul home - supporting families through end of life. Today, I am a compassionate presence and educator for individuals, and their loved ones, at the end of their life. I create safe and empowering spaces for families to feel understood, trusted, heard, and loved. I am committed to normalizing conversations about death and bringing awareness to the importance of holistic non-medical support. I want to equip families with the tools and resources to navigate death and grief with grace and resilience.

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