A funeral home is a physical location where a firm of funeral directors is based. It normally has a number of functions, ranging from practical to emotional support. A firm of funeral directors can be instrumental in helping a family and friends of a loved one move forward in their grief and to begin the healing process.
Office and business
A funeral home is first and foremost a business. It needs to be able to offer a warm and sympathetic welcome to people visiting who are seeking help.
There is no set timeline for grieving the death of a loved one. There are so many mitigating factors to contend with, such as whether the death was expected, whether it happened in particularly traumatic circumstances and the relationship between the deceased and the bereaved. There is also no set timeline for holding a funeral for the deceased, although it generally happens fairly promptly and forms an integral part of the grieving process.
If you're planning a private funeral chapel service for a person that had friends and family located around the globe, it may not be possible for everyone to fly in to attend the service. In this case, you may wish to live-stream the funeral service so people can log in to pay their respects from wherever they are in the world. Read on to find out everything you need to know about preparing a funeral chapel for live-streaming a funeral service.