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Pocket-sized leaflet designed to pull out as an A3 guide, it contains practical advice and guidance for a young person managing confusing emotions when someone important in their life dies. Original text written by a young person whose parent died. Read more
New for 2020, this spiral-bound, A4 book provides practitioners, such as teachers and youth leaders, with a framework of activities to engage bereaved young people, get them thinking and talking, and help them to develop resilience and coping skills.
Includes activity session plans with photocopiable resources. Read more
Written and designed by Sarah Courtauld and beautifully illustrated by Holly Surplice. A story book with expressive and colourful illustrations to help guide children through the range of emotions they may experience over time, following the death of a sibling.
“Commended” in BMA Patient Information Awards 2010. Read more
High quality rigid 1200 gsm board box with attached lid, closed with strong magnetic closures and grosgrain ribbon ties; to keep your special items in. Strong and durable, enables you to add items over the years. Ideal for decoration to create a unique personalised keepsake item.
Size: 30cmW, 30cmL, 9cmD (folded – 30cm x 46.5cm x 8mm). Available in Ivory, Pink and Blue with matching grosgrain ribbon. Read more
This delightfully simple book has been written to be used with very young children after the death of a parent. It includes some of the common questions and feelings children have, and what can help. Read more
Written by Sarah Courtauld and beautifully illustrated by Rebecca Cobb. The simple story deals with the issues surrounding a sibling’s serious illness, and stays in hospital, and how his brother copes with different emotions and feelings. It is for children aged 4-10 years old.
‘Highly Commended’ in BMA Patient Information Awards 2010 Read more
Children’s writing and drawings of their experiences of bereavement by suicide. Provides adults with the understanding and assistance to support primary school aged children experiencing the death of a family member to suicide. It is not intended for children to read on their own, but as an assisted reading activity with an adult, reading a few pages and taking the time to explore concerns. Provides a sensitive and appropriate means of engaging with children around the difficult question of deat Read more
A beautiful keepsake/memory book for children when someone special in their life has died. It has been written by Dianne Leutner. The outstanding illustrations by award-winning Daniel Postgate are light-hearted yet thoughtful.
Part book and part scrapbook, Remembering was created to help keep a child’s memories alive after the loss of someone special and to give children a place to return to whenever they wish. Read more
An innovative activity book with many unusual and interactive features, written for bereaved children to help them understand what it means when someone dies and to explore their thoughts and feelings with an adult. Although designed with pre-school and early years age groups in mind, some older children may also enjoy this book. Read more
This leaflet has been prepared with the help of bereaved families. It aims to help children when they have been bereaved. Also essential for A&E, Intensive care units and professionals who support families. Read more
This leaflet has been prepared with the help of bereaved families. It aims to help young people when they have been bereaved. Also essential for A&E, Intensive Care units and professionals who support families. Read more
This is a useful short book for younger children (7+) to teenage children. It has an introduction for parents but then explains cancer in a simple way children can relate to. It also covers many questions children ask, such as will the person die and what exactly happens, but tackles the answers with insight and honesty. Read more