Bereavement support

The below organisaitons offer support to help children and young people who have experienced a bereavement. Don’t suffer alone.

 

Support after sudden bereavement

Thrive LDN have put together a resource to support you after a sudden bereavement. It includes information about emotions you might be feeling, what might help, and where to get professional support both in London and nationally.

Child Bereavement UK – Supporting bereaved children and young people

Child Bereavement UK provide information on how adults can support children and young people how to deal with various emotions during this period such as feeling anxious, angry, or stressed. They provide resources such as books and leaflets that children can fill in to understand their feelings better.

Young Minds – Advice with Grief and loss

Young Minds article about how to deal with grief and loss. This includes information about what grief is, working through various emotions whilst grieving and where you can go to get help.

Action for Children – Advice on How can I help my child when someone dies?

Action for Children offers advice to parents in how to support children who are dealing with the death of a loved one and provide information on the various emotions when grieving.

 

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