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Celebrating a Life: Blog

    Monday, 23 October, 2017

    Who has made the greatest impact on your life? Was it your grandma? Maybe your father? Or a partner, a best friend?

    Whoever it may be, have you told them or expressed your gratitude in words? While it may seem tough to find the right words to tell...

    November 1, 2018

    Is Simple Cremation Right for My Loved One? 3 Factors to Keep in Mind

    Are you looking for ways to reduce the number of steps and stick to a budget in planning final arrangements for a loved one? If so, simple cremation may be right for you and your family.

    Simple cremation is a disposition method in which a body is...

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    October 25, 2018

    3 Tips for Talking to Aging Parents About Preplanning Final Arrangements

    If you’ve ever experienced firsthand planning final arrangements, you know the stress it can cause. Between planning and paying for services, there are upwards of 125 decisions to be made following a death. This leaves little to no time for the...

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    October 18, 2018

    3 Self-Care Tips for Caregivers

    The vast majority of caregivers value the experience of caring for a loved one; however, a survey reports that many feel overwhelmed by the tasks at some point.

    Despite the fulfillment it brings, nearly 50% of survey respondents find it difficult to...

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    October 11, 2018

    Should Our Loved One’s End-of-Life Service Be Public or Private?

    When it comes to planning final arrangements, many families opt to have a service to honor the life and legacy of the deceased.

    If you’ve already decided that you would like to have a funeral, wake and/or memorial, the next step is to determine...

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    October 4, 2018

    How to Help a Grieving Child Express Their Feelings

    It’s hard to predict how a child will react to death, especially if it’s his or her first time experiencing loss.

    According to Care Dimensions, suppressed feelings can often resurface in unhealthy ways throughout the various stages of grieving....

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    September 27, 2018

    3 Steps to Prevent Caregiver Burnout

    As a family caregiver, your top priority is the health and happiness of your loved one.

    While you should feel proud of the comfort and care you provide, it’s possible you’re too overwhelmed with responsibilities to recognize the signs and symptoms...

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    September 20, 2018

    How to Empower Seniors with Digital Literacy: Q&A with Hospice of the Western Reserve

    According to Pew Research Center, seniors generally have lower rates of technology adoption than younger generations. Yet recently, folks 65+ have shown to be more connected than ever before. But despite an uptick in technology adoption, there still...

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    September 13, 2018

    3 Home Safety Tips for Seniors Who Live Alone

    According to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), nearly 90% of aging seniors prefer to stay in their own home, which is commonly referred to as “aging in place.” With a growing number of seniors aging in place, general home...

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    September 6, 2018

    How to Carry Out Prearranged Funeral Plans for the Deceased

    When a loved one passes, there are upwards of 125 decisions to make in a small timeframe.

    Fortunately, some individuals choose to preplan and/or prepay funeral plans in advance to save their family from sudden financial burdens and stressful...

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    August 30, 2018

    6 Volunteer Opportunities for Seniors in Cleveland and Surrounding Areas

    Cleveland is home to many nonprofit organizations looking for dedicated volunteers willing to serve. Fortunately, many offer unique opportunities for people of all ages, including seniors. 

    While volunteering is important at any age, studies show...

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