As a funeral director, I often encounter people who are unsure of what my role is and what I can offer them during a difficult time. The role of a funeral director is vital in the planning and execution of a funeral service. We are like the event planner of a funeral, coordinating and managing all aspects of the service to ensure that everything runs smoothly.
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Choosing the right funeral director is an important step in ensuring that the funeral service is respectful, dignified and memorable. With so many options out there, it can be difficult to know where to begin. In this article, we discuss some tips on how to choose the right funeral director for you.
In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of having a viewing and how it can aid in the grieving process.
Western Weekender’s Monthly Column about the funeral industry “Ask Asha”.
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During this difficult time we are keeping a regular blog discussing the value of funerals and how to personalise funerals for loved ones when there are limitations.
The Australian Centre for Grief & Bereavement has produced some additional information on support for the grieving during these times of restricted funerals.
Asha was interviewed by Radio National on her perspective of funeral services.
Discussing the legalities and costs of funerals in Australia.
The grief experience is unique to each person and the following descriptions are purely an overview to assist you in identifying and coping with grief.
In 2015; Asha was the AFDA’s national scholarship winner and was able to go to the American Funeral Conference and Expo.
Asha was invited by the ABC to discuss trends in the funeral industry.
Why should you pre-plan or pre-pay a funeral? Over 60 discusses what is involved in planning a funeral.