There are so many different ways the funeral service community champions our nation’s military veterans. We challenge you find another profession that does more to honor and celebrate our troops. In this blog post, we share stories that highlight some of the powerful and impactful ways funeral professionals support our nation’s service members.
Got a couple of minutes? Watch this week’s Quick Tip video to learn how to save time and improve your funeral home’s communications. In this week’s video, National Sales Manager, Craig Meehan, explains how ASD’s FuneralSync™ feature can help funeral professionals to be more efficient by enabling them to automatically transfer information between ASD and their existing technology platforms.
Originally published in the FCCFA Chronicle by ASD Strategic Account Manager, Susan Daleandro, this article examines the relationship between communication technology and pre-need opportunities for funeral homes. Susan describes how several different technology solutions can give funeral homes a competitive edge that can help them connect with more families interested in prearranging services.
ASD recently recorded a new milestone. Our company’s NFDA award-winning Web Form WatchDog™ feature has now been added to more than 1,000 funeral home websites. We have also recently added advanced message screening technologies to this feature to filter out spam messages and ensure funeral professionals are only notified when an urgent need is communicated via their website.
There is no question the past 12 months have traumatized deathcare professionals more than any time in the past 100 years. Funeral directors are especially vulnerable to PTSD and compassion fatigue, yet too often do not get access to the same level of wellness support that other first responders receive. In this blog, we outline some valuable resources that can help you combat these serious mental health challenges.
During these strange and changing times, real-time data can show with clarity what might otherwise be obscured. Over the past four months, ASD has continued to assess our latest daily statistics and monitor any increases that would indicate a potential second-wave of COVID-related deaths. In contrast, our figures reveal the number of death calls handled on a daily basis has continually decreased since April.