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Founded over 180 years ago, Creightons Funeral Service has a depth of experience and expertise in delivering personalised funeral services for the local community and is widely regarded to be one of the country’s most trusted and respected funeral services. Serving the local community since 1843, Creightons offer customers assistance in organising a tailored funeral service as well as pre-paid funeral plans aimed at locking in the price of a funeral on the day it was purchased, including documenting customer wishes.

 

A Creightons Pre-Paid Funeral Plan can help relieve family and loved ones of the responsibility of having to plan and finance arrangements at a time when their grief will be burden enough.


Money paid into the Pre-Paid Funeral Plan is invested in strict accordance with Government legislation by an experienced independent and registered fund manager – secure and guaranteed against future funeral cost increases. Payment can be made either as a lump sum or by instalment.


Creightons is proud to be 100% Australian-owned and locally operated, with each office dedicated to serving its local community and sponsoring or supporting many community groups, social clubs and sporting facilities in addition to hosting regular seminars.


UPCOMING COMMUNITY SEMINARS


Grief Seminar - Vicarious Trauma and Self-Care Workshop

WHEN: Wednesday 7 June; 1pm

WHERE: Hillside Chapel, Palmdale Lawn Cemetery and Memorial Park, 57 Palmdale Road, Palmdale.

This workshop will provide an overview of vicarious trauma, burnout, and compassion fatigue and assist you in recognising the early warning signs and risk factors. It will also equip you with practical strategies to build emotional resilience and coping skills when working in high-stress environments.


Grief Seminar - Developing Emotional Literacy in Children

WHEN: Wednesday 16 August; 5pm

WHERE: Hillside Chapel, Palmdale Lawn Cemetery and Memorial Park, 57 Palmdale Road, Palmdale.

Learn practical tools and strategies to support children in developing the emotional literacy and self-regulation skills necessary to understand and manage their big emotions. This session is suitable for adults who regularly work with children who have experienced grief and loss, such as parents, carers, educators, and clinicians.

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