This is the time of year when many of my colleagues are either volunteering in support of or participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. For some, it is very personal as they have had family members or friends with Alzheimer’s/dementia. Regardless, having a family member with Alzheimer’s or dementia can be one of the […]
In today’s world where everything we do must be convenient and time efficient and where people go out of their way to avoid conflict, pain, and spending money on things they believe are not necessary, I often hear about how families choose not to have any funeral services for their deceased loved one. Sure, some […]
In January we published an article on near-death experiences. I wasn’t sure how the community would respond because I realize this can be quite a controversial subject. However, I then read an article on DailyMail that talked about how survivors “feel” their deceased loved ones for some time after their death.
I read a lot of journals and articles that pertain to the healthcare and funeral industries. Recently I came across an article that I just found intriguing and decided to share this information. It was titled: “The Rich Live Longer Everywhere. For the Poor, Geography Matters.” View an interactive national map here.