Resources

Below is a list of some of our favorite industry resources. We hope that some of these resources will be helpful for you.

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Recommendations

Grief-Related Children & Teen Books

Adult Books Specific to Loss

SPOUSAL/S.O. LOSS

PARENT LOSS

CHILD LOSS

SIBLING LOSS

SUICIDE LOSS

HOMICIDE LOSS

 

PRENATAL & INFANT LOSS

 

GENERAL GRIEF AND LOSS BOOKS

External Resources 

  1. Grief Coach Texts (Supportive grief text message straight to your phone)

  2. National Alliance for Children’s Grief (children’s grief)

  3. What’s Your Grief (grief and loss resources) 

  4. Inner Harbor (college students)

  5. Guardian Lane (virtual grief activities and counseling)

  6. Heal Grief (young adult grief)

  7. Compassionate Friends (child loss)

  8. The Miss Foundation (traumatic child/infant loss)

  9. Sands (infant, miscarriage, stillborn loss)

  10. Grieving Students (students)

  11. Eluna (camps and resources)

  12. Center for Loss (grief and loss resources)

  13. Centering Corp (online grief and loss bookstore) 

  14. End Well (end of life resources)

  15. ReImagine (end of life resources) 

  16. Evermore (bereavement advocacy and public policy) 

  17. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (childhood trauma) 

  18. Child Welfare Information Gateway (childhood trauma) 

  19. ACES Aware (screening tools for ACES and resources)

Downloadable pdf

01

Virtual Feelings Check In 

02

Turn Down the Firehouse Calming Strategy

03

Sleep Chart for 2–6-year-olds 

04

Telling Children and Teens About Suicide or Violent Deaths 

05

STOP Technique Calming Strategy 

06

Relaxation Techniques for Children and Teens

07

PEDS Checklist for Terminally Ill Children 

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Memory Collector for Grieving Children 

09

Intentional Writing Prompts for Grieving Children and Teens

10

Legacy Building Activities When Someone is Dying 

11

Grief Checklist for Children and Teens 

12

6Cs When Someone is Dying 

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Bereavement Plan of Care for Grieving Students 

14

5 Rs for Regulating a Child 

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Anticipatory Grief Checklist for Children and Teens