Child bereavement training

Child bereavement training is increasingly being recognised as essential part of the skillset for anyone working with children and young people.

The sad fact is, 92% of children and young people experience a significant bereavement before the age of 16 and one in 29 will be lose a sibling or parent. That’s one in every class. Yet a recent survey shows 80% of school staff have had no bereavement training.

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Funeral for a child

Parents and family may want to be closely involved or make all the arrangements themselves for the death of a child. You may want to use a funeral director or do all the planning among friends and family. You may want to use a celebrant or – if you are able – lead the tribute […]

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