Part 3 - Important documents
Now that you have taken the time last week to record your statistical information let’s move onto key documents. We’ll call them the fundamentals of Estate elements.More
Part 2 – Your personal and family statistics
So now that you’ve had a week to shake the cobwebs off and gather your thoughts, let’s get working...More
Welcome to the Funeral Co-operate of Ottawa’s 6 part weekly series of short articles to be published on our website commencing today, April 4, 2022.
It is our hope that the subjects we have chosen will easily guide you through taking all that information about your life that you’ve stored up in your head and be able to write everything down easily in a simple, structured fashion.
We all KNOW that we should be doing this, but how? It can seem overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be. Let’s take it one step at a time, together.More
Joan is 50 years old and has been living with a terminal illness for several years. She is aware that the end of her life is near, and she has talked to her family about her final wishes. Her adult children are not in the same city and her loving partner is overwhelmed by the impending loss. The family have heard that Death Doula support at the end of life is now available in Ontario and have engaged Glenda, who is an accredited Death Doula.More
An article by Sherri Yazdani, a living organ donor, having donated a kidney in 2018, and has made volunteer presentations for the Funeral Co-operative of Ottawa.More