Why is Deathcaring becoming so important, isn't the current system good enough?
Humans have been taking care of their dying families since ancient times. It is only in recent years that we have relied on the full services of our Funeral Industry and have lost touch with the importance of caring for our dying. The practice of community deathcare is actually an older practice, not a new thing.
I'm not comfortable dealing with death and dying, why would I want to engage with you?
This is exactly the reason you would engage with us. We are here to help you understand all of your options. We are a community based education provider whose main purpose is to help you understand not only your legal rights, but simply discover what is possible. Through open conversation, we work with you to discover and cultivate conversations about your dying days in a healthy respectful way. We also help you connect with the right people who can support you in the times of dying.
What is the difference between Community Deathcaring and the Funeral Industry?
We offer a full education to your community on what all of your options are. For example, did you know that you are not required to embalm your loved one? Did you know there are other options outside of cremation and coffins? We also have caregivers that can help you through the process of dying. Helping you ensure that not only you are respected but that your family members can focus on the each other, instead of paperwork, visitors, etc.
We have providers that specialize in grief massage and services that help your loved ones, live in grief.
All of these services are available today, and we are here to connect you with wonderful local providers to help guide you.
Why do corporations need death and grief guidance?
Our co-workers die, our loved ones die and while these can be very personal experiences for each individual affected, the emotional, mental and physical toll it takes on us effects our work, the culture of our organizations and the way we work with each other. Life in Death guides organizations on developing support systems for their employees when a co-worker dies. We also provide grief workshop to employees directly. We spend 8-10 hours a day with our co-workers, our death and grief support systems should reflect this investment.