Industry Events

Webinar to Help Funeral Homes, Crematories, and Cemeteries Understand ADA Compliance Online

Co-hosted by Tribute Technology and UserWay 

Wednesday, June 8, at 1pm ET | Free Webinar

Over 5,000 business owners across all sectors have already been served litigation for accessibility-related issues this year, including several funeral homes. Tribute Technology and UserWay will offer a free webinar open to all funeral professionals to ensure their websites meet the federal standards established by the Americans with Disabilities Act and similar standards in other countries.

Speakers will include UserWay COO Dr. Lionel Wolberger and Tribute Technology CMO Courtney Gould Miller. The webinar will address questions from attendees, explain best practices and tools funeral homes can use to address accessibility-related issues, and share insights on how to best protect their firm from potential litigation.

Accessibility is not just important for those with disabilities — having an optimized website can assist senior citizens who are impacted by vision-related impairments and users with learning disabilities. For example, dyslexia impacts up to 10 percent of the world's population, and there are specific fonts available that are more legible and user-friendly.

Websites with higher-end accessibility functions can also generate enhanced search engine optimization results. A better user experience can lead to more website traffic due to improved site and page structure, the addition of video captions and alt text for images, and enhanced readability of all content.

Funeral home owners and staff members are encouraged to sign up for this important webinar at Those who are unable to attend live should still sign up, as the recording will be available at a later date.

Questions regarding the webinar and its content are encouraged to reach out directly to

Certified Celebrant Training

Hosted by the New Jersey State Funeral Directors Association

September 20-21 | Harrah's Resort, Atlantic City, NJ

As families’ funeral wishes continue to evolve; it is more important than ever to offer a variety of services that meet their needs. Fewer families are incorporating religious rites into services and many funeral homes are looking to Certified Celebrants to accommodate this growing demand for customized services.

A Certified Celebrant works with funeral directors to provide funeral services, memorial services and tributes that are personalized to reflect the unique personality and lifestyle of the individual being honored.

NJSFDA is offering 30 individuals the opportunity to become a Certified Celebrant by taking part in the Certified Celebrant Training, led by Glenda S. Stansbury, MA, CFSP, at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City from Tuesday, September 20 through Thursday, September 22, 2022.

Registration for this event includes: three days of training, meals, hotel accommodations, a complimentary parking pass and networking with other funeral industry professionals.

Click here to register. NJSFDA member pricing available to current NYSFDA members through the Northeast Funeral Service Partnership.