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During this unprecedented time we want to assure our families and the communities we serve, that we will remain open and available to meet families. Our family care team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in person, by phone, text, email and video conferencing.
Services will proceed in accordance with suggested government guidelines of gatherings up to 10 people. We understand and anticipate attendance at services will diminish. To aid in social distancing, we are offering live stream services. We will also be recording and uploading services to a secure website to make the services accessible for those who are unable to attend.
We encourage everyone to follow the guidelines in regards to washing your hands frequently and avoid touching your face. We support these efforts and want to remind everyone to make use of our website to offer condolences and to communicate with the family.
In addition to our high standards of cleanliness and safety, we are taking extra precautions to sanitize and disinfect our facilities, especially high touch surfaces such as doorknobs, taps, washrooms, desks, computers etc.
We will continue to monitor and adhere to CDC guidelines, along with the recommendations of our federal and provincial health officials and do our best to share this information with you.
Our team of family care professionals also understand that this time has placed economic strain on many families. We are dedicated to helping you say goodbye to your loved one without placing an extra financial burden on you. There will also be no extra charges for delaying services if your wish is for us to shelter your loved one until this time passes and we can hold a larger gathering.
Joe, Kimberly Coffey and our family care team
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