Death Midwifery services include ‘end of life’ consultations (comprehensive Advance Directives and Representation Agreements, as well as basic information on Power of Attorney/etc. documents), support for the Death Journeyer and their families throughout the pan-death process, funeral plans, funeral and/or memorial celebrant services, and initial grief counseling. The term “pan-death” refers to the whole process, pre/during/post death — including education/information on post-death care at home and required documentation, which are often referred to as a “home funeral”.
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It is very important to discuss organ donation with your family so that they know your wishes before you die or become incapable of making the decision. Service BC Centre in Salmon Arm offers citizens the opportunity to register their decision about organ donation. Once someone has registered with Service BC, the information is sent to BC Transplant where it is scanned into a secure computerized database. There are two ways to register for organ donation:
- Online organ donor registry at www.transplant.bc.ca
- A potential donor in Salmon Arm registers using a BC Service Card or Care Card at Service B.C.