The following resources will elaborate on and provide additional helpful information on the following topics.
Information about grief
KidsGrief.ca also has modules that helps parents support their children when someone in their life is dying or has died. It equips parents with the words and confidence needed to help children grieve life’s losses in healthy ways. Please refer your families to ensure students benefit from a consistent, supportive approach at home and school.
MyGrief.ca supports adults who are grieving by helping you understand and work through your own grief.
Common signs of grief in the classroom
Supporting bereaved students at school (2017). Edited by Jacqueline A. Brown & Shane R. Jimerson. Oxford University Press.
Encouraging and responding to questions
Preschool children’s grief
The Dougy Centre tip sheet on supporting grieving preschoolers
See also: Supporting a grieving child
Additional web resources for teens
Surviving life after the death of a parent
Cancer really sucks
Resources for educators
For more helpful resources, see Resources for Educators.