Effortlessly & Professionally Support Families at the Time of Death
As a reassuring gift left with the family at time of retrieval,
or an inspirational and practical help for the first arrangement meeting.
Which One to Use?
WWR IIMF "The Blue Book"
When We Remember: Inspiration & Integrity for a Meaningful Funeral
WWR CITS "The Green Book"
When We Remember: Comfort & Inspiration in Time of Sorrow
Some Proven Ideas & Ways to Use:
* The Perfect Gesture from a Professional Funeral Director
"Presented to the family at the first meeting, or even at time of retrieval, both books are brilliant"
The poetry, music, eulogy, grief & memorial chapters are common to both books.
Here is where the family can engage in that all-important "something to do" that gets mourners through those first few days.
The collection of resources for families is an outstanding one, and indeed When We Remember was awarded Best Non-Fiction worldwide at the London Book Festival. Choose whether to present IIMF or CITS to families, depending on the style of service you prefer to offer.
"The Blue Book" IIMF starts with planning chapters that are most helpful for families that may need to double check they are engaging your expertise to hold the right funeral for them.
"The Green Book" CITS starts with signing pages that can be used on the day of the funeral for attendees and other mourners to record their condolences.
* Respectful of -
Young & old
An expected death or sudden tragedy
All religions or none.
"The perfect balance of all things to all people".
The beautifully written, painstakingly edited When We Remember series is purposefully presented to be perfect for mourners at the time of intense grief - the week surrounding a death and the funeral.
Colour coded chapters, short paragraphs with clear layout, permission at all times for mourners to leave or take whatever they feel is appropriate for them... In short, When We Remember offers families the support, acknowledgement and skill that they are looking for from you.
Traditional funeral practices are explained and supported, with expert contributions from religious leaders as well as psychologists and grief experts.
When We Remember also supports the increasingly more popular view that funerals not only honour a life ended, but honour a life lived too. Hence the "Celebration of Life" that many feel can also be appropriate.