A complete book, 176 pages, to help parents explain the idea of death in ways that are understandable to children. It includes sections on the process of grief, concepts according to age, death education, the funeral, grief education, big questions, special relationships, a glossary and resources.
Joy Johnson Brown, an experienced bereavement specialist tells caregivers how to explain the concept of death in ways that will be understandable to children. She helps parents and caregivers anticipate children’s responses and needs, shows how to cope with funeral rites in meaningful ways, and points out the importance of incorporating the loss into a positive sense of personal memories.
Author: Joy Johnson Brown