Are you the funeral director who stands for the best service, is family oriented and does everything you need for the best farewell? Then you know that a perfectly regulated funeral and everything that goes with it makes a difference when you say goodbye to a loved one. But can you also do something for the children who are involved in a farewell? What do you have to offer this endangered group? Do you know what makes the difference for a child to survive this time with less trauma? Death is still a difficult subject for many people. If children are not properly involved and supervised, the damage can be considerable.
Do you recognize this?
They regularly meet adults who find it difficult to find out how and at what age they involve children in funerals.
They want to do something about adults giving children the wrong picture of what death is.
They can see parents struggling with their own grief while they want to be there for their child.
They are convinced that children, when properly involved in funerals, are introduced to death in a natural and non-traumatic way (which reduces the risk of mourning complications).
You notice that other entrepreneurs you know say they have a personal approach, but you don’t see that you want to work with passion and enthusiasm and have real added value in the days around your departure.
Are you as a funeral director busy with this? Are you really willing to be different instead of offering more? What are you going to do to pack this for each other?
If you have the knowledge and resources in the house to prepare children for farewell.
If you can lead them in their language and at their level.
If you can contribute to a healthy grieving process and minimize the risk of trauma.
How would you feel if you could do this for the child’s parents?