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  1. Living with Grief in School (Guidance for Teachers) by Ann Chadwick, 1994-02-28
  2. Mourning and Dancing for Schools: A Grief and Recovery Sourcebook for Students, Teachers and Parents by Sally Miller, 2000-08-01
  3. Grief In School Communities by Louise Rowling, 2003-03-01
  4. Student Dies, A School Mourns: Dealing With Death and Loss in the School Community by Ralph L Klicker, 1999-09-01
  5. Life Cycles: Activities for Helping Children Live With Daily Change and Loss by Jeanne Lagorio, 1997-11

61. ° ° ° The Grief Centre - MABF ° ° °
Initiate school bereavement policies Provide a basic understanding of the grief process Authorities and hope to expand throughout Greater Manchester schools.

62. Hospice Patient And Family Support
The bereavement Coordinator works along with the counselors in each school to provide grief education and support is also provided for faculty and staff.
Patient and Family Support
Everyone deals with grief in a different way. With this in mind, Hospice of Burke County offers patients, caregivers, family members and friends a network of support services.
Support services are an extension of Hospice care and include social work, chaplaincy, bereavement and volunteer services.
Hospice social workers provide support to the patient and family and help patients access insurance benefits and community resources.
The Hospice chaplain coordinates spiritual care with the patient and family and/or with the patient's minister and provides bereavement services and grief counseling for the community
Volunteer services include respite and emotional support for the patient and family. Volunteers assist with transportation, housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, shopping and light maintenance.
Social Work Services
Hospice social workers provide a variety of support services to all Hospice patients and their caregivers. Services include:
  • E motional support to help individuals and family cope Assistance in accessing resources, including social security disability, Medicaid, financial resources and other community support programs

63. Grief And Bereavement
Grandfather s Day; Ingrid Tomey, Robert A. McKay; school Library Binding; $11.65 grief The Mourning After Dealing With Adult bereavement (Wiley Series
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Grief and Bereavement: A to G Grief and Bereavement: H to N Grief and Bereavement: P to Z Click on a title to order a book and place it in your shopping basket (you may always remove an item later). Then use the "back" function of your web browser to return to this same page or use the "Go To" menu above to go to a new section. Organized in alphabetical order by title. March Book of the Month You can Help Somone Who's Grieving: A How-to Healing Handbook ; Victoria Frigo, Diane Fisher, Mary Lou Cook; Paperback; $8.95 Page 1: A to G 'I Wish I Could Hold Your Hand': A Child's Guide to Grief and Loss ; Pat Palmer, et al; Paperback; $7.15 1st Year Alone ; Beverly S. Gordon; Paperback; $9.30 (Special Order) A Child Dies: A Portrait of Family Grief ; Joan Hagan Arnold, Penelope Buschman Gemma; Paperback; $16.95 A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows Through Loss ; Gerald L. Sittser, Gerlad L. Sittser; Hardcover; $11.69; Descriptive information available.

64. Bereavement Magazine Archive Article
Mrs. Miller was aware that while bereaved children s lives For those readers working in the school setting, the we are going to help others with grief, we must

65. St. Louis Children's Hospital
is a support program for children (preschool through teen A bereavement specialist assists children in working through their grief by participating in

66. Educational Leadership: October 1997
Even if a school system is unwilling or unable to undertake indepth grief training for employees, community bereavement programs, such as local
Volume Number October 1997
Schools as Safe Havens
Naomi Naierman
Reaching Out to Grieving Students
Educators who understand the grief process and its manifestations in children can provide the continuity, security, and support that grieving students so desperately need.
A child is shot; students are killed in an automobile accident; a teacher collapses and dies after trying to break up a school brawl. "Counselors have been called in and are available to students and teachers," reporters write. End of story. About two years ago, I had three losses in my immediate family in the same year. First, my rabbit died; then, two weeks later, my grandfather died; then, six weeks later, my grandmother died. A student who, six months after his father's death from cancer, has falling grades, a belligerent attitude, and a dismal attendance record.
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Because they spend so much time interacting with students, teachers, administrators, school counselors, and school nurses play a vital role in helping students understand and survive the grieving experience. As a first step, these professionals need to understand grief and its manifestations in children. The Grieving Child: A Parent's Guide (1992), the American Hospice Foundation's Director of Training, Helen Fitzgerald, notes:

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68. Health Notes
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Designed for adults who have experienced the death of a loved one, "The Heart of Grief" is a combination support group and educational program. It consists of eight sessions each focusing on a different aspect of the grieving process. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to meet others who have also experienced the loss of a loved one and share their experiences. While each session can stand alone, participants are encouraged to attend all eight to get the most benefit. Participation is free but preregistration is required. Call Nancy Thornton at (978) 374-9257 for more information. YMCA pre/postnatal exercise class The Andover/North Andover YMCA at 165 Haverhill Street, Andover, is offering a new exercise class for expectant mothers. The curriculum includes low-impact activity, appropriate muscle conditioning and stretching exercises. The class will be taught by a YMCA Certified pre/postnatal instructor and follows guidelines set forth by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. All class participants are required to have a written medical clearance from their physician in order to participate. Classes meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 11 to 11:55 a.m. Preregister at the YMCA. The cost is $50 for YMCA members and $125 for nonmembers. For more information call (978) 685-3541. Scholarship offered to N.H. students

69. NSPCC Inform - Bereavement: A Selection Of Materials For Children, Parents And P
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This list shows a selection of books and other materials on bereavement held by the NSPCC Library and Information Service and has been prepared in response to many requests from the general public for information on this topic.
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70. Media Resource Center For Last Acts Campaign
ADDRESSING DEATH, DYING AND bereavement American Hospice Naierman Expertise grief at school, grief at work Expertise grief Association for

71. YoungMinds | Bereavement | Reading And Resources
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People who have been bereaved by suicide share their experiences. By Alison Wertheimer (new edition 2001), published by Routledge, £15.99.

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74. The Den For Grieving Kids
confidential support service during the school day to students who are grieving the loss For information about schoolbased bereavement support services
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provides a safe, caring place for children, teens and families to explore their feelings over the loss of a family member or friend and begin the journey of healing. Children and their families participate in groups led by professionals and trained volunteer facilitators. The Den also offers support groups at area middle and high schools, a mentoring program, services for September 11 th families and a bereavement camp for kids. The Den does not offer therapy or counseling, however, referrals may be made to Family Centers’ counseling division or other mental health professionals upon request. Our professionals also provide trauma response or speaking engagements for schools, businesses and other organizations, including houses of worship. The Den is a comprehensive bereavement resource center that does not charge a fee for participating individuals and families and relies on 80 volunteers and charitable contributions to cover its operating budget. Our volunteers and donors help make The Den an important community of belonging and we actively engage their support for its ongoing success. Who Participates?

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76. Death And The Adolescent : A Resource Handbook For Bereavement Support Groups In
bereavement support groups in the schools can provide such a clear case that adolescent bereavement groups work also feel that their own grief deserves special
Death And The Adolescent
A Resource Handbook For Bereavement Support Groups In Schools
By Grant Baxter and Wendy Stuart Published by University Of Toronto Press
Publication date: February 1999
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ISBN: 0802078125 (soft cover)
This concise and practical handbook shows how you can help teen students affected by death, including a complete outline for a ten-week school-based grief support group. The book is an excellent resource for parents, teachers, school counselors, pastoral care providers, and bereavement counselors seeking clear advice on how to conduct support groups in schools. Perspectives on various aspects of teen bereavement are given in enough detail to be of value to non-specialists without overwhelming the reader with academic commentary. Following the death of a family member, close friend, or classmate bereaved students may show grief reactions that are easy to ignore or confuse with other causes. Academic performance may suffer due to difficulty in concentrating in class, attendance problems, daydreaming, and missed homework assignments. The resulting drops in marks or even failed classes can result in added tensions at home, where there may already be other problems. School nurses and family physicians may find no physical causes for symptoms of grief and depression such as insomnia and weight loss or gain. What can schools do to recognize these grief reactions and help these students? A key feature of the book is that it provides a complete outline for conducting a ten-session school-based bereavement support group for teenagers. Detailed examples of exercises and discussion methods can be easily customized for specific settings. While a ten-week bereavement group cannot resolve all adolescents' grief reactions, participating in a well-run time-limited support group can encourage teens to seek additional help in the future if it is needed. Time-limited groups also offer the facilitators an opportunity to make a meaningful assessment of which young people may be having particular problems that would benefit from referrals to specialized resources.

77. How Can We Help A Bereaved Child? | Israel Center For Treatment Of Psychotrauma
How Can We Help a Bereaved Child? The child s kindergarten teacher, homeroom teacher, or school guidance counselor should be told what has happened.
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Prepare the child for life after the loss: ask her what she thinks will happen and encourage her to ask questions. Answer honestly and if you have no answers say so. Children, especially young ones, usually have little concept of death so it is important to understand their thoughts and concerns. Often, some of the ideas they come up with may be more frightening than reality. In order to make your explanations more tangible and realistic, make use of dolls, illustrations, and stories especially geared to children. Reassure them over and over again that they are safe, and find out what they need to make them feel better. Should I let my child see me crying?

78. Colchester Bereavement Support Group, Nova Scotia, Canada
was a student, a student may be grieving and the CHILDREN COPE WITH DEATH AND bereavement This guide experiencing the crisis (eg other school psychologists or
What Do I Do Now? What Else Can I Do?
A Resource Guide for Persons Who Have
Experienced the Death of a Loved One
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PICTOU COUNTY GRIEF SUPPORT Grief Support in Pictou County is available to anyone who has experienced a loss. These groups are sponsored by the Pictou County Council of Churches. Contact Father Sydney (Syd) Mifflen for the location of a group in the local area. Father Sydney (Syd) Mifflen
Our Lady of Lourdes
112 North Foord Street
New Glasgow, NS B2H 5G7
Tel: (902) 752-4822
SCHOOL BOARDS The school board, through a variety of means, is willing, prepared and able to offer support in time of bereavement. A family may have lost a child who was a student, a student may be grieving and the school board has many ways in which they are able to help. SCHOOL-BASED SUPPORT:
  • Crisis response intervention team members include administrators, teachers, school psychologists and perhaps other community members who will provide support and counselling to students, families and staff during times of crisis
  • Consult with parents and teachers as necessary
  • Provide appropriate resource materials to teachers and parents
  • Provide liason with community mental health services and facilitate referrals as appropriate
  • This guide is available to principals, etc. and may prove helpful to students and/or their families

79. Compassion Books - Grief Resources
answers the questions of how individuals, schools, churches and know a teen who is grieving the death provides information about a child s bereavement process.

80. Compassion Books - Grief Resources
range of situations in which teens are grieving a death. from their first day back at school to the over 23 years of guiding and supporting bereaved teens this

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