Remembering A Life provides educational tools to help families understand the value of a funeral, plan a meaningful service and begin the grief journey following the death of a loved one. Resources include the Remembering A Life website (www.RememberingALife.com), a podcast, book club, blog, conversation cards and thoughtful gifts for grieving family members and friends. Follow Remembering A Life on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Remembering A Life is a consumer education initiative created by the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA).
NFDA is the world's leading and largest funeral service association, serving 19,700 individual members who represent more than 10,000 funeral homes in the United States and 49 countries around the world. NFDA is the trusted leader, beacon for ethics and the strongest advocate for the profession. NFDA is the association of choice because it offers funeral professionals comprehensive educational resources, tools to manage successful businesses, guidance to become pillars in their communities and the expertise to foster future generations of funeral professionals. NFDA is headquartered in Brookfield, Wis., and has an office in Washington, D.C. For more information, please contact 800-228-6332 or visit www.nfda.org.
From traditional funerals to memorial services and other unique tributes, Remembering A Life has resources to help families and individuals plan meaningful tributes for their loved ones.
Journaling, storytelling and other creative activities help us preserve special memories and move forward on our grief journey. Remembering A Life offers a number of resources and tools to explore how you can preserve special memories of your loved one.
Self-care is perhaps never more important than it is following a loss. Remembering A Life offers a variety of guided self-care exercises and activities, including grief composting, meditation and creative projects.
The grief journey can be very complicated, so Remembering A Life offers extensive resources for learning more about managing grief and finding support.
What’s important to remember is that grief is normal and also complex. The good news is that Remembering a Life provides resources that can help you approach grief and death in ways that make sense to you and your family while still preserving the memories of your loved ones. ~Family Tree Magazine