Talking with kids and teens about serious illness, dying and death
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We are grateful to those who generously shared very personal stories to assist others.
Living dying: a guide
This popular handbook provides strategies to support children and young people experiencing the dying of someone they care about.
MY LIFE, THEIR ILLNESS
This activity book helps kids think about how someone’s illness is affecting their life.
MAID ACTIVITIY BOOK
This activity book helps kids think about how someone choosing medical assistance in dying is affecting them
Recorded webinar: KidsGrief.ca Overview
Watch the March 2023 webinar hosted by Andrea Warnick, children's grief therapist.
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NEXT Kids Grief Q&A - APRIL 4, 2023 1:00pm ET
April 4, 2023
Free webinar! Andrea Warnick, children's grief therapist answers your questions. Sign up to stay informed about the date and time of upcoming webinars and to receive webinar links and recordings.
April 4, 2023
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June 6, 2023
AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE! LIVING DYING: A GUIDE FOR ADULTS SUPPORTING GRIEVING CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS
This popular handbook by Ceilidh Eaton Russell, a national leader in children’s grief, provides practical strategies for parents and professionals who are supporting children and young people who have or will experience the dying and death of someone they care about.
“Grief” a short video by Aidan
Aidan Haak, a self taught 14-year old budding movie genius singlehandedly developed a 2 minute video short about kids grief using Lego and CGI. Watch Grief
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