The Remembrance Process℠

The Remembrance Process

The Remembrance Process

Help at this moment in time.

Losing a loved one can be a time of sadness, confusion and stress. Relatives and friends of the deceased are faced with decisions of what to do at the most difficult time of their lives. They need someone to talk to. Someone to guide them through the funeral process with the respect and care they deserve.

The Remembrance Process is a resource to help you now and in the days and weeks to come. can provide information about the choices available to you so that you can make the decisions that are right for your family about how you wish to say goodbye to your loved one.

Help if you need to plan.

If the death isn’t sudden, gaining information and talking with professional caregivers like hospice, clergy, and Remembrance Providers can make dealing with an impending death much less stressful. and your Remembrance Providers can help you get all the information you need. Whether you plan ten years or ten weeks in advance (in a hospital or hospice situation), planning can make a difficult situation more bearable.

Helping Families Move from Grieving to Remembrance.

Why do people carve their initials in trees? Or place their hands in cement? The answer is simple. Everybody wants to be remembered – they want to leave their mark. But the real marks they leave are the ones they’ve made on us. A hug. A smile. A timely word of advice. We want to remember them.

Whether you choose burial or cremation, The Remembrance ProcessSM has been designed to capture the vital importance of this human need. It describes the care-giving continuum that occurs before death and continues through the farewell process and beyond, so that we can move from grieving to remembrance of those we’ve lost.

In its simplest form, the process is a step-by-step guide to help friends and family say goodbye. It is based on time-tested approaches that we know to have helped families and friends deal with loss, and with a commitment to caregiving as our first responsibility to you.

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