Please click on the image above to view a video about our newest program, Having the Talk of a Lifetime.™ This program is specifically geared towards caregivers. The goal of the program is to help caregivers “open the door” to having the talk about end of life decisions.
At Young’s Daughters Funeral Home we understand it can be very difficult to find just the right words to open up a dialogue and have “the talk” about end of life decisions. Therefore, we can host a card game as a round table discussion where going through the deck of cards it could be a more enticing way to discuss life’s hardest topics and get the preplanning process started.
Please know that you are not alone with this difficult discussion item. We hear from family members numerous times a week about how they struggle with how to bring up the topic of funeral planning.
In order to help you, through our membership with the National Funeral Directors Association and the Texas Funeral Director Association, who partnered with the Funeral and Memorial Information Council to provide these useful tips to get the conversation started and methods you can gently use to determine your loved one’s final wishes. This unique program is targeted to caregivers, and family members taking on the caretakers role.
Meet with the Funeral Director to plan arrangements.
ID. View, Visitation/ Wake/ Vigil
You will receive a 24 hour phone call from the Funeral Director
Meet with the Funeral Service Advocate
PIN for Legacy Touch Keepsakes/fingerprints
Help close out accounts, change mail, notifications list
Meet with Sheldon Mitchel, to prepare and update Estate Planning
Last Will and Testament
Durable Power of Attorney
Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will
(1 month-9 months)
Grief Meetings are available for you for free!
Headstone setting ceremony at cemetery and flower plans
Gravemaker for genealogy for free!
Call from Funeral Service Advocate to Discuss your Funeral Arrangements
(End of the year)
Memorial Program for Christmas
A walk to remember through our city park showcasing your loved one
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