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Since 2002, Your Tribute has provided a safe and secure environment for friends and family to connect and share memories. With Your Tribute you can create a free online obituary or personalized memorial website for a loved one in minutes.

Funeral Program Templates to Create Beautiful Keepsakes No Comments

Funeral programs have become a norm during memorial services as it is considered to be an inspiring and uplifting way to honor a departed loved one. If this is the first time that you’ve heard it, it is basically a brochure or booklet that is handed out to the funeral guests to give them an itinerary or preview of what to expect during the service. It also serves as an honorable tribute to the deceased…

4 Problems that Senior Home Care Agencies Face and Ways to Come Out of Them No Comments

There is no doubt about the increasing success of the senior home care industry. However, the industry is also facing certain challenges. Owing to its rise in demand, there have been many complications, as well. If you are planning to start a home care agency, you must see to it that you are equipped to face all the issues and complexities associated with the industry…

The Personal Tribute of Memorial Benches No Comments

Quite often, when a loved one passes away, there remains a desire to remember them and everything for which they stood. There are many ways that people go about achieving this and they all bring comfort, especially in those first few months after a special person has left us. For some, the urn on the fireplace provides a constant commemoration of memories and special times…

An Introduction To Humanist Funerals No Comments

Humanist funerals are gaining popularity across the world. In short, they offer the opportunity to celebrate someone’s life in the most unique and individual way possible. Still not sure what makes up a humanist funeral and why you should consider one? Read on to find out more…

The Final Moments That Mean the Most No Comments

When it comes to your aging grandparents or parents, it’s important to spend as much time with them as possible and sincerely try not to have any regrets. Try and prepare yourself to say goodbye and be there, you may find that some of your most cherished moments happen in these times…

A Message of Hope for the Bereaved from Ligia M. Houben No Comments

Grief is the natural response to a loss. As a Certified Grief Counselor, Life Transitions Coach, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Grief Counseling, Ligia has specialized in helping others deal with any loss or difficult life transition in a caring and empowering way. People generally try to ignore their…

Aging with Grace: The Benefit of Yoga for Seniors No Comments

Buddhism and Hinduism define Yoga as a “spiritual discipline,” but for today’s senior citizens, it means much more. When the topic of Yoga for seniors popped up, I instantly thought of my best friend’s grandmother, well into her seventies, who has been happily practicing this ancient technique for many decades…

Senior Super Food Guide (Infographic) No Comments

As we age, our bodies can readjust their nutritional needs. Digestion, systemic assimilation, cognitive function and more sometimes react differently to various foods. When the chapter of ‘senior’ emerges, a diet one has become accustomed to may no longer be acceptable…

Grief Recovery Guide No Comments

For most people, the grief process is a slow one. While you may move through one stage quickly, you may stay for what feels like ages in another. You will often feel like you have made a single step forward only to take several back. When you move in this manner, it can be difficult to know that you are making progress. If you pay close attention, there are clear signs…