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Includes 5 pamphlets with these titles: ; Who we are...what we do ; Bereavement support programs ; Supporting grieving children and teens ; Palliative support programs ; Hospice vigil program
Tips include writing down memories, completing a task or goal left unfinished by the deceased parent, or honouring the parent's birthday. In addition common challenges, such as helping the surviving parent, resolving sibling conflicts, and legal and financial issues, are addressed.
When the willow tree gets sick and nothing will make him well, his friends in the wood learn about death, and saying good-bye.
Contains some revised versions of the papers originally presented at a symposium held in Montreal in 1977, together with new contributions
This classic book introduced the author's seminal "stages of dying" or "stages of grief" model which is still widely quoted. According to the model, there are five stages that a dying person goes through when they are told that they have a terminal illness. The five stages go in progression through…
The author shares her tools for understanding how the dying convey their innermost knowledge and needs. Expanding on her workshops, she shows the importance of meaningful dialogue in helping patients to die with peace and dignity.
About a boy’s relationship with his grandmother and great grandmother which teaches him about death.
As Freddie experiences the changing seasons along with his companion leaves, he learns that death is part of life.
Includes a theoretical overview, clinical approaches with children and adolescents, and special losses.
When a great-aunt dies, a young child finds comfort in being held and in holding too
What is death? Where do we go when we die? What happens to our bodies? These are some the many questions children may have when a loved one dies. The Big D helps parents talk about death and offers answers to help families through this difficult time. - Cover
Guidelines for parents and other adults, plus annotated resources (printed materials, audiovisuals, and organizations).
Includes principles for helping children; a passage to be read with a child; guidelines for responding to questions that might arise from the read-along section; and a list of resources.