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remember your loved one.
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One in 400 babies worldwide are
born with a cleft lip and palate. Other
craniofacial problems occur at birth
(Craniosynostosis) which may need
lifelong treatment. Cancers and
accidents on our roads are traumatic
for patients and their families.
Any one of us could be a victim or
be closely associated to someone
dear to us. But the surgery can be
difficult and costly for those who
need urgent treatment.
The Australian Craniofacial Unit,
located at Adelaide's Women's and
Children's Hospital has a world-
wide reputation as a Centre of
Excellence for craniofacial surgery and
multidisciplinary care. The Craniofacial
Foundation was formed to provide
finance to those who cannot afford the
costs of looking normal.
For 35 years, under the leadership
of renowned surgeon Professor
David David, countless thousands of
patients have been given new hope
as well as a new face for their future.
As a charity, the Craniofacial
Foundation is dependent upon the
generosity of compassioniate people
who will remember us in their will,
so that this can indeed be a gift
which can live after them.
Patient Statistics -- South Australian 80%,
Interstate 10%, Overseas 10%.
It's never too early to start thinking
about your final wishes. You may
have specific desires as to how
your funeral is carried out, where
you wish to be buried and how you
would like to be remembered.
Contemplating your own mortality
can trigger strong emotions which
may initially be overwhelming and
Nevertheless, through careful and
considered planning and talking with
loved ones, you can ensure your
personal wishes are followed and
your family and friends are not left to
make difficult decisions during their
time of grief.
Deciding on your final resting
place and how you wish to be
memorialised is not an easy
decision. Many options are available
when choosing what to do with your
remains and your final resting place.
From park-like gardens and
traditional monument cemeteries
to stately gums, native bush land
and tranquil lakes, the Adelaide
Cemeteries Authority offers a wide
range of memorial options across its
four cemeteries. Each cemetery is
unique and offers a distinct range of
products and services.
Whether you choose to be buried or
cremated, all products and services
can be pre-arranged and pre-paid to
ensure that when the time comes,
your final wishes are carried out as
planned and that your loved ones
are not burdened with unnecessary
Talking to a professional can make a
world of difference. To discuss your
options call the cemeteries authority
and a consultants will be pleased
to assist you. You will be guided
through each step and shown all of
the different products and services
For more information, contact
the Adelaide Cemeteries
Authority on 8139 7438.
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