As the world faces the unprecedented loss of life as the result of the COVID-19 Corona Virus, it brings it home that life can be fine one day and not the next. In the UK we are facing never before seen unexpected loss into the thousands as a result of this pandemic, and now is when we begin to understand just how fragile life truly is, especially for people with underlying health conditions.
When there is a death in the family there is not the possible amount of preparation a person can do which will lessen the effects that it has on the remaining members of the family, especially and most severely when the loss is unexpected and not anticipated. Studies have shown that depending on the nature of death, the ripple effects will be felt in different ways for different people, at different psychological levels for varying periods of time. Tragic loss can occur when least expected in the form of accidental deaths, suicide, late-stage miscarriage and stillbirth, and still more unthinkable scenarios involving children, young adults, and generally, physically healthy individuals which can leave any person wondering “why them” and “why now”. Most of us hope that when our time comes, we will be privileged enough to go peacefully in our sleep, but the reality is that this is not often simply not the case.
By the time a person is infected with the virus, it can still take 2 – 14 days for symptoms to manifest during which time a person may pass it on to countless and untold numbers of other people. As a community, the time has come to take all precautions and stick together while staying positive and sanitized. But when all else fails and someone in your family succumbs, there is support waiting just down the road from every hospital. Lodge Brothers are located as close as physically possible to the patient affairs Chertsey linked to the local hospital. The locality of Lodge Brothers to the epicenter of the even of passing is strategically done so as to ensure that there is as little stress placed on the family as logistically possible when everything else becomes suddenly so complicated, especially when death is unexpected. The death of an individual must be registered within 5 days which means that the family must prioritise this important aspect as soon as possible. Most of the time, funeral arrangements will begin at the same time and within the same timeframe.
Lodge Brothers are continuously improving our location coverage to ensure our availability wherever our clients need us. In our Lodge Brothers area, there are Patient Affairs Ealing as well as branches across London and South East, allowing us to help and support you as soon as possible.