Our OFDA eStore provides the following grief related and professional resources sold in discount quantities indicated below.
Questions? Need Assistance: Contact Amy Zanetos or (800) 589-6332.
This brochure looks at some of the issues and options involving cremation as a process for disposition of a human body.
"Making the personal choice to cremate involves many decisions. Consult with your funeral director regarding the legal documents necessary for cremation and the pre-planning services available. It is wise to consider all the options and ask questions before making final decisions about such an important event."
As with traditional earth burial, the type of cremation service is subject to the personal choices of the family. Such services might include visitation, public or private funeral service with the casketed body present, or a memorial service which may be held prior to or following the cremation process.
This booklet has been prepared as a convenient reference for contemporary funeral practices and customs. It offers guidelines on social responsibilities at the time of a person's death.
This helpful brochure informs you of what will take place if a death occurs out of the country or if the person wants to be buried in a different community than which they had lived. Always remember that the family's home funeral service professional is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. The funeral service professional can coordinate all services by telephone. These services include:
- Arrangement for transportation of the deceased
- Preparation of the deceased
- Acquiring proper documentation
- Planning the funeral or memorial service
- Arrangement of the burial or cremation, based on the personal choices of the surviving loved ones
This informative brochure serves as an invaluable guide of options for the funeral planning process. Funeral and memorial rituals offer focus and stability during a time of chaos, an opportunity to give and receive support, and a means by which a life can be celebrated. A funeral director can assist you and your family in planning a meaningful service of remembrance.
This recently revised brochure looks at various experiences of grief including shock and denial, emotional release, loneliness, physical symptoms, disorientation, guilt, anger and depression; as well as ways to help manage grief.
"People are forever changed by the experience of grief in their lives. We, as humans, do not 'get over' our grief, but work to reconcile ouselves to living with it. . ."
Center for Loss & Life Transition
This brochure discusses some of the various aspects involved with pre-planning a funeral, whether it might involve your own funeral or the funeral of a family member or relative.
"By planning now, you will ensure peace of mind for yourself and your family. When death does occur, one phone call to your local funeral director will ensure your funeral wishes will be handled properly."
It's always difficult to know what to say to a child who is grieving the loss of a loved one, whether it be the death of a friend, family member or relative. This brochure offers some suggestions in helping children understand the concepts of death as well as basic terminology.
New to the Resource Center is information in leaflet form for: Primary, Intermediate, and High School Students. These leaflets provide an additional resource when dealing with age specific questions regarding death and what to expect.
- What is a funeral home?
- What happens to the body?
- What will I see at the funeral home?
- Is it ok to touch the body?
- What happens when we die?
- What are the feelings I may have?
Digital option - $40.00 + 7.5% Sales Tax
Binder option shipped - $65.00 + 7.5% Sales Tax (Shipping charges are included)
Binder option pick-up - $55.00 + 7.5% Sales Tax
Extensive updates on Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, Hazard Communication Standard, Personal Protective Equipment Standard, Emergency Action Plan, Lockout/Tagout, and much more!
50 Envelopes to mail the Personal Response surveys, along with a postage paid envelope that goes to the OFDA office for processing. OFDA members will be billed $1 per envelope returned to the OFDA office.
Shipping & Tax
Shipping: Your order will ship within 48 hours of receipt. In the event an item is back-ordered, an OFDA representative will contact you with an estimated ship date. Shipping charges are calculated by weight as follows:
0.1 - 3 lbs - $7
3.1 - 6 lbs - $10
6.1 - 10 lbs - $15
20.1 - 50 lbs - $20
50.1 & up - $25
Sales Tax: All orders are subject to Ohio State Sales tax as determined by County location of 7.5% for Columbus, OH where OFDA headquarters is located. Orders shipped outside of OH will be considered 'tax exempt'.