Planning

Capturing your story

Capturing your story is a way to make losing a loved one more connective and supportive for those left grieving. Spending time putting pen to paper, or recording your favourite stories and memories can create a precious gift for those in your life after you are gone.

Advanced care planning

Advanced care planning enables you to consider important decisions about their future health ahead of time, and letting others know- both your family and healthcare providers. Advanced Care Planning helps others know what type of medical care you want. This may include: creating an advanced directive, learning about the legalities of assigning a Power of Attorney (POA) and substitute decision makers (SDMs).

Passwords

Secure access to your designated family members or friends from any device should they need to manage your affairs for you

Funeral Insurance

Be at ease, with a funeral insurance policy in place you will protect and provide the people you love with financial security. Life insurance is a tax-free lump sum payment, or death benefit, which goes to Eirene upon your death. In exchange, you pay premiums, either annually or monthly, to the life insurance provider.

Legal

Connect with accessible legal services that will provide your family with the information and assistance they need. Getting sound legal advice from a lawyer who knows the specifics of your situation will significantly help navigating the end of life process.

Start the conversation

Start discussing end of life planning with loved ones ahead of time to communicate your wishes and expectations. Not only will this relieve stress on your family, it will make the process a lot more seamless for all parties involved.

Estate planning and family trusts

Planning ahead regarding your personal affairs can help your family organize the state of your personal matters. Wills, estates, trusts and power of attorney are all common tools used in estate planning.

Organ donation

Organ and tissue donation is considered an essential part of quality end-of-life care. Deceased organ donation is the process of giving an organ or a part of an organ, at the time of the donor's death, for the purpose of transplantation to another person.