Passare Kicks Off 2015 With a Look Back at the “Best of 2014 End of Life Infographics”
Thought-Provoking Collection of Infographics Help Educate, Facilitate Difficult End of Life Discussions
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – January 12, 2015 – Passare, Inc., a trusted and relevant source for End of Life planning and management, today announced the release of the company’s “Best of 2014 End of Life Infographics” collection to kick off the new year. Highlighting a wide range of End of Life (EOL) topics, Passare’s Infographics—released as part of the company’s eBook series—were designed to provide practical information and facilitate difficult EOL discussions and decisions.
The Infographics Collection reveals thought-provoking end of life data in an easy to understand, yet impactful visual representation to help families educate themselves on a wide range of important EOL issues. Some provide a quick reference guide to help cope with a specific topic, such as “Understanding Stages of Adult Grief,” which outlines the five states of loss and grief. Adding to the company’s growing library of online EOL resources—ranging from informative articles, eBooks, and how-to-guides to checklists and FAQs—Passare’s Best of 2014 End of Life Infographics include:
- Legal Considerations for an End of Life Plan
- Understanding Medicaid Spend Down
- 9 Estate Planning Tips for Baby Boomers
- 4 Ways to Preserve Your Social Media Presence
- 6 Technology Ideas for Older Generations
- Understanding US Veteran and Survivor End of Life Benefits
- The Meaning of Memorial Headstone Symbols
- Inspirational End of Life Quotes
“We’re proud to present Passare’s Best of 2014 Infographics Collection. These visual images help people to understand important end of life topics, as well as provide a convenient starting point to begin difficult end of life conversations,” said Jennifer Harrell, vice president of marketing for Passare. “These infographics embody our mission, which is to help simplify end of life planning for both families and independent funeral homes.”
In addition to providing educational EOL resources to consumers, Passare offers an innovative End of Life Management Platform—designed to facilitate online collaboration— that enables funeral homes to enhance services to its families and optimize their business operations. With hundreds of locations across the country already on Passare’s growing network of independent funeral homes, the company is on track to serve 20,000 families by the first half of 2015.
To view all of Passare’s Best of 2014 End of Life Infographics Collection, please visit: http://www.passare.com/passares-end-life-infographic-collection.
Passare, Inc. is the industry’s first and most comprehensive End of Life management platform. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, the privately held company leverages technology to transform both the way funeral homes will operate in the 21st century and the service experience for families. Passare eases the emotional, financial, and logistical burden by guiding families through one of life’s most important passages with greater simplicity and peace of mind. For more information, please visit www.passare.com.
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