Many people find prearranging their funeral or cremation service to be the best decision they can make for themselves and their family. This article identifies 10 things everyone should know when planning their final arrangements. Read More.
While we cannot protect children and adolescents from death and loss, we can help them deal with their grief. This article explores ways that children and adolescents understand death and experience grief, and how adults can support them. Read More.
A prearranged funeral service usually qualifies as an approved Medicaid “spend-down” expenditure to reduce a person’s net assets in accordance with Medicaid regulations. Read More.
While saving your loved ones from making difficult decisions at an already difficult time, planning your funeral in advance also makes good financial sense. Read More.
If you feel ill-prepared to discuss death with a child, you are not alone. But if we are to help them, we must let children know it is all right to talk about death, dying and the grief that follows. Read More.
Most people think of grief as something we experience only after a death, but we can experience grief during the course of caring for someone with a terminal illness as well. Read More.
This article for caregivers of the sick, dying or bereaved explores ways to implement sound self-care strategies while coping with the demands of helping others grieve or prepare for loss. Read More.
Making your final arrangements in advance is the best way to find the funeral provider that’s right for you – one that carries out your wishes and delivers the quality, value and services you want. Read More.
Living while your death is imminent is a time that is both pressured and precious. Your choices about how you use this time that is currently available to you can affect the quality of your life, and the lives of others around you, in important ways. Read More.
Making decisions now about your funeral arrangements can help assure those left behind that your wishes are being honored and ease grief for your loved ones. Read More.