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>12 to 18 yr: Predominant Concepts of Death. >12 to 18 yr: Interventions. Words To Heal Or Words Which Hurt. I am sorry your ____ has died. Heal Hurt I know just how you feel. Heal Hurt

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>12 to 18 yr: Predominant Concepts of Death


>12 to 18 yr: Interventions


Words To Heal Or Words Which Hurt

  • I am sorry your ____ has died. Heal Hurt

  • I know just how you feel. Heal Hurt

  • Be strong. Heal Hurt

  • You should feel…(proud, sad, happy, etc) Heal Hurt

  • I care about you.Heal Hurt

  • Tell me about your ____. Heal Hurt

  • It will be okay.Heal Hurt

  • What is the hardest part for you? Heal Hurt

  • What do you miss the most?Heal Hurt

  • You are the man/woman of the home now.Heal Hurt


Professional Support


Child Life Specialist


Child Life Specialist


Activities

Mold

Photography

Scrapbooking

Artwork


Activities

Hand mold

Memory box

2 same items

Videography


Books


Books (2)


Sesame Street: When Families Grieve


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  • Lyles M. Grieving Children: What to Say. Children's Grief Education Association. 2004. Web. 8 June 2014.

  • McCall C. How to Help Children Deal with Loss. Web log post. Psychology Today. Sussex Publishers, LLC, 7 July 2011. Web. 8 June 2014.

  • Sood AB, Razdan A, Weller EB, Weller RA. Children's Reactions to Parental and Sibling Death. Curr Psychiatry Rep. 2006 Apr;8(2):115-20.

  • Spuij M, Prinzie P, Dekovic M, van den Bout J, Boelen PA. The Effectiveness of Grief-Help, a Cognitive Behavioural Treatment for Prolonged Grief in Children: Study Protocol for a Randomised Controlled Trial. Trials. 2013 Nov 20;14:395.

  • Sutter C, Reid T. How do we talk to the children? Child life consultation to support the children of seriously ill adult inpatients. J Palliat Med. 2012 Dec;15(12):1362-8.


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