LeAne Austin, RN, EOLD, NEDA Proficient

Wing‚Äčed Journey Life Care 


End-of-Life Doula Care Services

Nursing Care Services


Support for Acute and Chronic Illness

As an RN, I understand how challenging it can be managing your health needs at home - wherever that is.  It makes a difference when someone can assist with managing your medications, monitoring your health needs, providing basic nursing care and by giving you information that helps you to be in better control of your medical care. 

I also know how difficult it is to deal with a serious illness, whether it is something new or something that you have been dealing with for a long time - for you or one of your loved ones.


You may feel at a loss for how to manage that illness, have questions and do not who to ask. More challenging is that you may not know what questions to ask and how to navigate an out-of-home care setting. 

 Having someone with you, to provide support and guidance, makes getting through a serious illness more manageable, whether at home, in the hospital or in another care setting.

As I provide for your Nursing Care and Support needs, I can: 

  • Sit down with you and talk about your health needs and goals;
  • Work with you to develop a care plan that will help manage your health conditions to promote your comfort and well-being; 
  • Review your medical records, including your medications, to help formulate your care plan; 
  • Complete ongoing basic physical assessments to monitor how things are going with your health;
  • Meet with you and your loved ones to promote understanding of your current health needs and their role in promoting your health and assisting you with any anticipated health changes;
  • Communicate information about your health status to your physician and other health providers, such as Home Health, Palliative Care or Hospice, as indicated/appropriate;
  • Educate you about your medical conditions, medications, labs and other topics upon your request; 
  • Help you set up your medications, set up a schedule for ordering them or make arrangements for automatic refills to make sure that you don't miss any doses;
  • Assist with monitoring of blood pressures, blood glucose with your monitoring device, basic wound care, diabetic nail care, skin checks and other nursing cares;
  • Provide site visits of nursing care centers to support you in those care settings;
  • Be an advocate for you when interacting with outside care providers, when collaborating with you, your family and representatives; 
  • Attend conferences with your care providers to provide support for you;
  • Other services as needed/requested


I know that COVID is scary. 

Please note that I AM VACCINATED and practice safely according to the CDC Infection Control guidelines.