At Simon Says we know this is a difficult time for many as we come to terms with the new “normal”. Our support groups are currently suspended but we are still here to help. Our support line is operating as usual, if you don’t get an answer immediately please leave your name and number and one of the team will call you back.
In addition we are sending out regular newsletters (1) offering support and activities you can do at home. Please do follow us on Facebook (2) for additional updates and other activities.
Please know that you are not alone, we are here to support you and your family and look forward to meeting you in person and welcoming you to our support groups in the future. Take care of yourselves and be safe. #SupportingTheYoungThroughBereavement
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Click here to download our Charter for Bereavement in Isolation
Click here to download our Bereavement Policy.
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Further useful resources and information
Talking to children when someone is dying or dies during social distancing and the Coronavirus pandemic
All children will have questions about the virus but for those who are bereaved, have a loved one who is ill or are bereaved during this time feelings and anxieties can be heightened. Here is some advice and practical guidance on how to support them .
Practical advice for supporting teenagers
When teenagers may not be able to attend the funeral and do not have access to their usual peer support network and school here is some advice and practical guidance on how to support them.
Planning a Funeral for a Loved One During Social Distancing Restrictions