During a pandemic, when large groups cannot gather or move freely or easily, funerals may need reconsideration. While attending a funeral can have significant value for many, this may not be possible for every family given the circumstances of the present moment. This is a brief guide to help ensure that you and the children in your lives have the opportunity to acknowledge and mourn the passing of the loved one you have lost.
The Holidays can be difficult and overwhelming for those who are grieving. This webinar is designed to help support you as you navigate the Holiday season, especially during our current pandemic environment. Numbers are limited, so register at firstname.lastname@example.org
This booklet was developed by Indigenous Peoples to ensure their choices for future health care are heard and respected. It assists First Nations, Inuit and Métis in planning for and having discussions about their care should they become seriously ill or unable to speak for themselves.
This short guide contains information for family and carers to provide assistance in the event of a death during the coronavirus pandemic.
Meaningful Ideas For Funerals, Memorial Services Or Celebrations Of Life During The COVID-19 Pandemic
A funeral, memorial service, celebration of life or other end of life rituals are vital to healthy grief. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing and restrictions on events and gatherings has severely impacted the way we're used to grieving... together. Here are some ideas for individuals and families to consider for funerals, memorial services and celebrations of life during the COVID-19 pandemic.