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Informing children of the loss of a parent, sibling, close relative or friend can be very difficult. While parents and carers often want to protect children from further distress, child need to be told about death and helped to understand the effects of their loss. Some key tips to assist in this process:
Children of all ages can have reactions to grief. Common early responses are:
After the initial reaction, children could experience: