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The Youth Wellbeing Directory from the Anna Freud Centre

(Featured resource)The Youth Wellbeing Directory is an online directory of organisations that support young people with a wide range of mental health and wellbeing issues. You can search by postcode or keywords, and quickly find the details of local organisations and services that can support the needs of young people and families.

Understanding Grief and Feelings

This fact sheet is available through the Marie Curie website. You can download or print the information sheet, or just read it online. There are 4 sections of the leaflet, these are; What is grief?, Words you may hear, Your feelings and thoughts and external websites.

Talking about Death

This resource is a free to access information leaflet, the resource is available through the Marie Curie website, it is also possible to print this information from the website. This information leaflet has 5 sections, these are , talking to adults, talking to friends, finding the right person to talk to, dealing with advice and external websites.

Saying Goodbye

This resource is a free to access information leaflet, the resource is available through the Marie Curie website, it is also possible to print this information from the website. This information leaflet has 7 sections, these are; Should I see the body?, Should I go to the funeral?, Prepare yourself, Keeping memories alive, Next steps, When bad feelings don’t go away, and external websites.

Physical Symptoms of Grief

This resource is a free to access information leaflet, the resource is available through the Marie Curie website, it is also possible to print this information from the website. This information leaflet has 2 sections, physical symptoms of grief and how to cope.

Bereavement & Loss

This is a free to access resource, with no download, login or subscription requirements. This is an information sheet giving the reader information about bereavement and loss, it includes what is meant by bereavement and loss, and how you can help someone through bereavement.

Supporting Grieving Children

Sudden death can present an additional set of difficulties when talking to a child about someone dying. It often times means that there has been no opportunity to say goodbye which can make the feelings children feel different. This webpage from Child Bereavement UK contains a number of tips to help support children who are going through the grieving process.

Bereavement in Children with Special Educational Needs

Although a child with special educational needs may express their emotions and feelings differently, they may well share the same depth of grief as others. This webpage from Child Bereavement UK contains specifically tailored information for dealing with bereavement in a young person who also has special educational needs.