Bereavement & Loss
The information sheet informs the reader that bereavement is sometimes referred to as grief, this is a normal reaction to the death of family members, close friends and pets etc. There is a section which looks at what can be done which might help a person through the bereavement process, these include, talking to someone about how you feel, being kind to yourself, and accessing support agencies. The final part of the information sheet provides links to further help and information.
This is a free to access resource, which aims to inform the reader about Bereavement and loss. The information given is clear and concise, and the language used is easy to understand, so it should be accessible be everyone.
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