Death is a part of life. Unfortunately, many modern cultures have difficulty with end-of-life, grief and bereavement, and even greater difficulty when children are involved, either as a member of a grieving family or as a child hospice patient.
A baseline of knowledge as to typical age grief behaviours, vocabulary, including play and a means of including the child in the death process are presented in this webinar and discussion.
Learn through case studies, the importance of keeping an open dialogue with children experiencing grief.
In this session, you will:
- Identify developmental age and understanding of death
- Recognize developmentally related vocabulary for death
- Describe play techniques to process death
- Define approaches to include children in the death process
This learning activity is one hour in duration. 1 hour of active learning = 1 CPD hour
You will receive a certificate after completing a short quiz to use in your professional development portfolio.