The resources linked below are open source and free to download. We hope they help to reinforce some of the learning gained in the recent webinar you attended. They also offer ideas to share and consider when taking a whole-institution approach to support for staff and students who may have experienced bereavement and are finding it difficult to manage their grief.


Short guidance films and downloadable guides on a range of topics including how to tell a young person that someone they know has died and ways to remember someone who has died. 
Information for tutors, lecturers and those working in student welfare at higher education institutes, further education colleges and at university.
A dedicated area on our website which features support and advice from bereaved young people, for bereaved young people. Includes quotes and experiences, videos, an App and a game, as well as links to other helpful websites and online resources.
Includes downloadable PDF versions which could be shared with staff to help inform and structure plans of support.
30 succinct films providing guidance on topics ranging from providing support when a parent is not expected to live, to returning to work after the death of a baby or child.
See also: Booked Telephone Support
In light of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, please see the latest information on how we are currently operating our services.
    Search our directory of UK and Ireland organisations offering support to bereaved families, and to professionals. Most or all organisations will be affected by the coronavirus pandemic, and so you need to click through to each service's own website to check what support they can currently provide.

    Additional resources which may support you when specific issues arise in your institution: 

    See also our suggested books, films and resources for young people and for adults supporting bereaved young people.  

    Please feel free to share these resources within your institution and with colleagues.