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Grief Guides

Helping you guide children through grief at different ages and stages of their lives

Our guides, created and reviewed by experts, are designed to help those who love and support grieving children learn what to do and not do, what to say and not say. You'll find our first guide below.

 

Our next guide, which covers the basics of how to deal with grief, will be published in early June. We're in the process of doing research, conducted by Georgetown University, into the number of guides we need to develop going forward. 

All of our guides are free and we encourage you to share them. 

This 'how-to' guide was written for aunts, uncles, and close relatives of an 8-year-old niece whose mother died. 

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How do children grieve at different ages? How to talk to children about death. Should children attend funerals?  What is anticipatory grief, and how to handle it. These are some of the topics covered in our bereavement basics. Learn more. 

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