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Support following the death of a grandparent

The death of a grandparent may often be the first loss a child or young person experiences. As well as feelings of sadness, the death may also result in feelings of insecurity as children realise that people they love can die.

Parents can help by offering extra support and reassurance, letting them know that they are still safe and cared for. It can also help to share happy memories, reflecting on how lovely it was that everyone was able to have spent time together.

Typically we would work with a parent or carer to support their child following the death of a grandparent. This could be through an advice call with one of our practitioners, utilising some of our print resources or you may get an invitation to our specialist webinar ‘Supporting your child following the death of a grandparent’.

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