Children's Grief Awareness Week 2020 (19-25 November)  brings organisations and individuals together to show support for bereaved children, young people,  their families and community; raising awareness of their needs and how to help. This year, Covid-19 has brought additional challenges to bereaved children and young people. The theme for Children’s Grief Awareness Week 2020, therefore, is tackling isolation, and we're working in collaboration with other organisations to encourage families and schools to help young people #SaytheWords and reach out for support. The week will start with Children’s Grief Awareness Day on 19 November, a global day designed to help us all become more aware of the needs of grieving children — and of the benefits they obtain through the support of others. 

Follow us on social media to find out more and join the conversation, tagging Child Bereavement UK and using #SayTheWords

Support and Information

If you would like guidance in supporting a bereaved child or young person, our Helpline team is available to take calls and respond to emails, or LiveChat via our website 9 am-5 pm, Monday to Friday.

Films  to help support bereaved children and young people

Building resilience in a bereaved child

Should I be worried about my bereaved teenager?

Parenting bereaved children

When a parent has died

Resources for schools

https://www.childbereavementuk.org/education-sector