This month, Funeral Director Monthly looks at the period before the funeral, when a deceased person is in the care of a funeral home, and the difference funeral directors make to families’ experience of death through the ways they care for them and their family. Inside you will find a first person profile of Jackie Lymn Rose, funeral director and Fellow of the British Institute of Embalmer, who has carved a career bringing peace to families through the preparation and presentation of their loved one. Click here to read the full story. The November edition also includes a feature on how Britons are saving less and not planning ahead, leaving many families facing a funding gap when it comes to paying for a funeral as well as news on the key industry leadership role played by the NAFD in the four UK parliaments and assemblies on discussions about the future of the profession. ...
Death is having a moment. Long the last taboo of polite conversation, the subject is practically omnipresent these days. In fact, it’s arguable that it’s finally becoming fashionable to talk about death.
There’s a special feature in February’s Funeral Director Monthly on how the tools of the funeral trade are evolving to meet the needs of funeral directors and bereaved families.
January’s Funeral Director highlights how the NAFD’s annual graduation demonstrates the commitment by funeral firms and their employees to be the best.
There will eight special editorial themes in Funeral Director Monthly during 2016, meaning even more in-depth articles and opportunities for funeral firms and suppliers to talk about their new services, products and discuss important themes for the sector.