Simon Says Child Bereavement Support: www.simonsays.org.uk
Supports children and young people living in Hampshire when a significant person in their life has died or is dying.
Lord Wandsworth College: www.lordwandsworth.org/foundation
The Lord Wandsworth Foundation supports children who have lost one or both parents to board at Lord Wandsworth College, an independent boarding school in Hampshire.
A website for young people in the New Forest.
Supports bereaved children, young people and their families living in Dorset
Daisy’s Dream: www.daisysdream.org.uk
Provides support for children and their families living in Berkshire before and after bereavement.
Child Bereavement Charity: www.childhoodbereavementuk.org
Provides access to information, guidance and support services around the UK for bereaved children, their families and carers.
Child Bereavement Network: https://www.childhoodbereavementnetwork.org.uk/
The CBN is the hub for those working with bereaved children, young people and their families across the UK.
Child Line: www.childline.org.uk
Free national helpline for children and young people in the UK who are in need of help or counselling, at any time day or night.
Grief Encounter: www.griefencounter.com
This organisation helps bereaved children and young people rebuild their lives after a family death.
Providing resources and support for those dealing with suicide, depression or distress – particularly teenagers and young adults.
Hope Again: www.hopeagain.org.uk
A website designed for young people by young people following the death of someone close.
Rip Rap: www.riprap.org.uk
A site for 12-16 year olds who have a parent with cancer.
The Samaritans: www.samaritans.org.uk
Samaritans provide a confidential and non-judgemental listening service which operates 24 hrs a day to all ages. They offer emotional support to people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair.
The Compassionate Friends: www.tcf.org.uk
Supporting parents and families when a child dies.
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide: www.uk-sobs.org.uk
Aims to meet the needs and break the isolation of those bereaved by the suicide of a close relative or friend.
Teen Issues: www.teenissues.co.uk
An internet based unique reference point for people in their teens to find answers to commonly experienced issues.
Winstons Wish: www.winstonswish.org.uk
Offers support, information and guidance to bereaved children, young people and for those caring for bereaved children and families.
Linking young people aged 13yrs – 25yrs, and offering support, when they know someone affected by cancer.
Blue Cross: www.bluecross.org.uk A pet bereavement support service, which includes literature to download or get by post as well as a telephone and email helpline: Helpline : 0800 069 6606 : Email helpline : firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselling Directory: https://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/bereavement.html
Seeing a counsellor for bereavement can help you adjust to loss. Find information on counselling in a confidential way to support you through this emotional time.
A Guide to Outdoor Toy Safety: https://billyoh.com/outdoor-toys
Sympathy message ideas: https://www.sympathymessageideas.com
Memoria is a memorial app designed for people of all ages to help keep their loved one’s memory alive.
Foundation for Infant Loss: https://www.foundationforinfantloss.co.uk
The Foundation offers a service where by bereaved parents can find everything that they need in one place. They have produced an online directory which will direct parents to the following:
Accredited funeral directors, funding for funerals, counsellors, baby loss charities, help for siblings, bereavement photography, free of charge memory boxes, free loan of a cold cot (should parents wish to take baby home), loss doulas, angel gowns, funeral celebrants, employment rights, legal issues and help with subsequent pregnancies after loss.
AtaLoss.org is a charitable movement of people across the UK who are passionate about enabling the bereaved to receive the support that they need – in easing the pain together.
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