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http://www.judishouse.org/
http://childrengrieve.org/about-childhood-grief
http://www.centerforloss.com/
http://www.newyorklife.com/nyl/v/index.jsp?contentId=143448&vgnextoid=1572a2b341f32310VgnVCM100000ac841cacRCRD
http://www.thedenverhospice.org/ourservices/griefservices/Pages/FootprintsChildren'sGriefCenter.aspx
https://www.moyerfoundation.org/programs/camperin.aspx
http://www.mtevans.org/camp-comfort/



Ways To Support Your Child Through Grief
  • Keep family routines going (i.e.keep having dinner, keep schedules the same, go to sports practice).
  • Model healthy grief as a parent (i..e. cry, talk about how you are feeling)
  • Normalize feelings (let your child know it is ok to feel upset, confused, angry, lost, sad).
  • Do something to memorialize the deceased person (do an art project, write a song, lay flowers at the grave site, release a balloon).
  • Assure your child that (s)he is safe.
  • Listen to them.