Children & Teen Grief
After you tell a child about a death it is important to continue to check in with them frequently. Ask questions that will encourage the child to discuss their feelings and will help the child to remember the things they liked most about the person who died. A child should be allowed to share their feelings and thoughts as they process their grief... Read More
The teen years are complicated enough under normal circumstances. From hormones and body changes, to peer pressure, social expectations and academic demands, being a teenager is hard. When you add a death into the mix, the sense of being completely overwhelmed is multiplied... Read More
After a Death
Drawing and writing exercises to help children remember the person who died, and ...
After a Murder
A hands-on activities workbook to help explain confusing elements specific to a murder.
After A Suicide Death
A hands-on, interactive workbook for children who have been exposed to a suicide.
An Angel In The Sky
Helps to bring peace and comfort to a child trying to understand death.
The Angel With the Golden Glow
Teaches that love and life are eternal.
How Can I Help, Papa?
An endearing children’s story about a nine year-old girl and her terminally-ill ...
Helping the Grieving Student: A Guide for Teachers
This guidebook is an essential resource for elementary, middle and high school ...
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No New Baby
For Siblings Who Have a Brother or Sister Die Before Birth
What Is Dead?
When explaining death to young children, simplicity can sometimes be the best option.
Helping Children Grieve - DVD
Few events in a child’s life can affect them as greatly as the death of a loved one.
A Place Prepared - DVD
For children trying to cope with the death of a loved one.