Cremorials with Integrity

Low cost direct and natural funeral provider.  Packages start at $1950.00. Taylor made to suit your needs. Funerals no longer have to be expensive, more and more people are are choosing a ‘low cost’ approach when saying farewell to a loved one. Contact or email David Zelton on the 0800 number or email, adjacent .

Nurse Maude Palliative Care & Hospice Service

Website: www.nursemaude.org.nz The Nurse Maude Hospice Palliative Care service provides specialised hospice palliative care in the community, the patient’s own home and in the Nurse Maude Hospice for patients who have a life-limiting illness. Friends and family are welcome to visit the Hospice at any time and there are facilities for close relatives or friends … Continued

Organ Donation New Zealand

Organ Donation New Zealand’s responsibility is to co-ordinate the donation of organs and tissues from deceased donors in New Zealand for transplant units in New Zealand and sometimes Australia and for tissue banks in New Zealand. The donor co-ordinators provide information and ongoing support for those families who have generously donated organs or tissues. Organ … Continued

Are Your Affairs in Order

Information Are Your Affairs in Order is a booklet that has been produced by the Vocational Committee of the Rangiora Rotary Club, PO Box 230, Rangiora. The publication is simple, but comprehensive and contains a list of important details such as next of kin, solicitor, funeral records, insurance details, bank accounts, personal property and bequests, … Continued

Are your affairs in order – booklet

Are Your Affairs in Order is a booklet that has been produced by the Vocational Committee of the Rangiora Rotary Club, PO Box 230, Rangiora. The publication is simple, but comprehensive and contains a list of important details such as next of kin, solicitor, funeral records, insurance details, bank accounts, personal property and bequests, funeral … Continued

Death notices and obituaries

A good way to check on the passing of individuals you know when you don’t access a newspaper. Look on the website listed.

Hospice New Zealand

HospiceNZ is the national organisation responsible for the promotion of access to quality hospice/palliative care in New Zealand. Most hospice/palliative care services are members of Hospice New Zealand and are committed to achieving “The Hospice New Zealand Standards for Provision of Hospice/Palliative Care”. To be referred to a Hospice Palliative Care Service near you, contact … Continued

(Booklet) When Someone Dies Suddenly

In New Zealand the law states that before a body is buried or cremated, either a doctor must give a certificate as to the cause of death, or a coroner must make an Order. This is necessary to make sure everyone who dies is identified and the cause of death is established. This helps to … Continued

End of Life Choice (ELOC) Society of NZ

To prevent suffering at the end of life, including pain that cannot be relieved by drugs. Some patients don’t want to be anaesthetised for their last days. To maintain dignity in death. Terminally ill patients often lose control of their bodily functions and would prefer to die before becoming completely dependent on carers. To retain … Continued

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