After Death Care
Ease the pain after losing a loved one.
Our last memories of a loved one should be seeing them as peaceful as possible.
Making funeral arrangements; phoning friends and relatives; organising food and getting the place ready for relatives to pay their last respects can often be just too much for a lot of people.
Wearing their favorite clothes with their hair and make-up just right can make the difference.
And it’s OK to take the time to grieve because, when you know we are taking care of all the rest, you can start to focus on some of your happier memories.
I look after my wife nearly full time, when Sandra Cooney’s Home Care came into my home it was brilliant, for a few hours a week the carer does things for Josephine that I can’t do (personal hygiene). While the carer is there, I can go out and get shopping and have a bit of free time for myself and this makes me feel good. So really, our carer helps both of us.
Patrick Christian, Josephine’s Husband