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10 of the world’s most scenic cemeteries

  I love cemeteries. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Its Halloween and we usually expect to see the classic spooky grave yards, but CNN today listed some of the world’s most beautiful and scenic cemeteries in the world. It is nice sometimes to think of a death and rest as a sacred and beautiful thing.  When people come to see their loved ones, they can rest and meditate upon their loved ones and offer prayer. If you are interested in a funeral associate certification, then please reveiw the program.  After taking the core required courses, you can become eligible

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Funeral Associate Certifications: Offbeat Funeral Services

  As the closing theme song from “The Lawrence Welk Show” played in the background, family and friends circled the casket at a funeral in Indiana American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Funeral Associate Certifications Celebrate the life instead of grieving it?  Sounds like a good philosophy but one still must be careful.  Grief is still important because loss is only a loss if love was there.  Grief exists side by side with love.  We cannot be completely joyful if we loved because we will miss them.  Yet in some cases, we still can celebrate their life. If you are

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Funeral Assistants: The Role of Grief Work in the Funeral

Funeral Assistants:  The Role of Grief Work in the Funeral

Funeral Assistants: Do People Need to Partake More in the Funeral? The role of a funeral director and sometimes a funeral assistant is to plan the funeral.  Yet, is this good for the person and their recovery over a loss?  We tend to think that allowing a person sometime to himself is the best answer to recover but studies show a person who takes an active role in the funeral accepts the reality quicker and adjusts in a more healthy fashion. This is because they are putting their grief to work.  They are acknowledging the death and utilizing their sorrow

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New Ideas in Funeral Service Push Towards New Ways of Viewing

New Ideas in Funeral Service Push Towards New Ways of Viewing

Oliver & Eggleston Funeral Establishment in Farmville, Virginia has been offering the unusual option for two months… but so far no takers, the director said. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: New ideas in funeral service are emerging everyday as the demands and needs of people change.  Funeral service associates can offer a variety of plans to the bereaved.  They can range from a traditional service to something more unique.   In order to help the bereaved in their time of need, you will need to earn your funeral service associate certification.   It is an important step in ensuring you have

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funeral service associates: Cremation on the Rise

funeral service associates: Cremation on the Rise

Funeral Service Associates:  Growth in Cremation     Funeral  Service Associates have begun to see a large growth in the option of cremation over traditional Western burial.  Many reasons have influenced this change. Tyler Mathisen of NBCNEWS.com talks about these changes in his article, ‘Cremation Is The Hottest Trend In The Funeral Industry” To read the article click here If you are interested in funeral service associates certifications, please click here   AIHCP

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American Institute of Funeral Service Associates

American Institute of Funeral Service Associates

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Welcome to the American Institute of Health Care Professionals Blog!

Welcome to the American Institute of Health Care Professionals Blog!

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