After experiencing a loss, grieving kids often feel the need for consistency and a sense of control in their lives—at home and in school.
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To learn how grief affects you and your child, understand the five components of grief: emotional, physical, spiritual, intellectual, and social.
Understanding the Grief Experience and the Benefits of Peer Support The grief experience is not a linear one—and it’s different for everyone. For some, processing grief begins right away after losing someone; for others, it doesn’t happen for weeks or months later. And even then, healing from grief will have …
How to Build Empathy in Schools School is a critical environment for children to interact with others and develop social skills. So much learning, experience, and development happens during school time, especially at young ages. It’s crucial to create a classroom that teaches and values empathy so kids can learn …
Good Grief corporate partners make a meaningful difference in the lives of the thousands of children and families we serve.
Helping kids with grief is all about showing you care, being there for them, and offering your love and support.
Good Grief’s peer support model consists of bringing people together in age-appropriate groups where they participate in activities to promote discussion, learning and exploration.
Every child’s experience of death and loss is different. However, there are some best practices to follow to make conversations with children about death easier.
Educators play an integral role helping grieving students adapt to this painful life experience, build resilience, and thrive through it.
Volunteer Opportunities in NJ with the Leading Child Grief Organization At Good Grief, we are dedicated to serving children experiencing grief, supporting them, and providing them with the necessary resources to help them grow from loss and adversity. When you offer your time as a volunteer, you will be helping …
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