Assisting Seniors With Funeral Service Planning
Provide a respectful and meaningful way to honor the life of your loved one. We offer a range of options and can customize each service to reflect your preferences, traditions, and values.
Why should seniors and their families consider Funeral Services
Seniors and their families should consider funeral services as they provide a respectful and meaningful way to honor and celebrate the life of a loved one who has passed away. Funeral services also offer a supportive environment for families and friends to come together to mourn, share memories, and find comfort in each other's company. Additionally, funeral services provide important legal and practical arrangements such as obtaining death certificates, handling the body, and preparing for burial or cremation. By utilizing funeral services, seniors and their families can ensure that their loved ones are given a proper farewell while also receiving the necessary guidance and support during difficult times.
- Choosing what type of service you prefer, either a funeral or memorial service or both, and including burial or cremation.
- Will there be a viewing or visitation before or after the funeral or service.
- The religious or cultural customs that will be observed during the ceremony or service.
- Deciding who will deliver hymns, readings, or eulogies and where they will be read.
- What personal touches will be included with the ceremony including; music, flowers, and personal sentiments.
- The family needs to decide whether there is a reception or other gathering before or after the funeral adn where that will take place..
What should seniors look for in Funeral Services?
Seniors should look for a service provider that prioritizes their unique needs and treats them with dignity, respect, and compassion.
Funeral Home Experiennce
Find an experienced funeral home that has been around for a long time.
The funeral home you select should be compatible with the religious customs you would like added to the service.
Customized Funeral Services
Your funeral is the last chance to include your favorite media, people, and practices. Make sure the funeral home is willing to accommodate these additions.
How We Help
Funeral services may be difficult to think and talk about but planning them in advance brings peace of mind to many. When the time comes, your loved ones will be thankful that you’ve made these decisions beforehand.
What do funeral services include?
Although they may be used interchangeably, traditional funeral services and memorials have distinct differences. From the way we honor our loved ones to how mourning is expressed - there are unique elements of each occasion that make them special in their own ways.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do you help someone plan their funeral?
Planning a funeral is hard, but with careful planning and thought, you can be a source of care and support for loved ones during this difficult time. Try to ask them as much information on how they would like their service and burial to be, ask them specific questions so their wishes are met, and plan accordingly.
What parts of the funeral service can seniors plan?
It's important to consider the specific needs and preferences of the senior's wishes. Seniors that plan their funeral services have a lot of control over what the service looks like sounds like and who participates.
What should seniors look for in a funeral home?
The funeral home is responsible for organizing and holding the service to your or your family’s specifications. Make sure the funeral home is experienced and has a good reputation. The home you select should also be compatible with any religious customs they have, and make sure they are willing to accommodate the service and burial of your loved one with compassion and dignity.
What is the difference between a traditional funeral service and a memorial service?
Traditional funeral services are generally held in a funeral home or church, and usually include religious readings, hymns or songs, and a eulogy. A memorial service is usually these are meant to celebrate life, and considered less formal. In either instance, it's an opportunity for loved ones to say their final goodbyes.
Let Us Help You and Your Loved Ones
Celebrate the life of your loved one in a unique and personalized way. From traditional ceremonies to modern celebrations of life, we work with you to create a meaningful tribute that reflects your family's values, traditions, and preferences.