The resources listed below are open source and free to download. We hope they help to reinforce some the learning gained in the recent webinar you attended. 

 

Includes information on supporting children when someone important to them has died, or is dying, and information for those working in medical settings on how to support families facing the death of a baby or child.
This page brings together information including ideas for families on holding a funeral or ceremony when you cannot meet and a section on supporting pupils during this time.  
Includes downloadable PDF versions which could be shared with staff to help inform and structure plans of support.
30 succinct films on a topics ranging from: how to support a grieving young child; and explaining to a child that someone has died by suicide; to guidance on returning to work after the death of a baby or child.
Includes books and resources for adults supporting bereaved children and families, including those with special educational and additional needs.
Education providers play an important role in young people’s wellbeing. Our resources can equip education professionals to support children and young people through bereavement. See: Managing Bereavement - A Guide for Secondary Schools and the following two free online training resources, developed in partnership with the London Grid for Learning: 
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.

     


    Please feel free to share the above resources with colleagues. If you have any further queries about the webinar or the resources provided above, please email our training team