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Do Very Young Children Feel Grief?

There is a commonly held belief that young children are “too young to grieve” when a loved one dies. However, we now know that preschool-age children, toddlers and even infants all experience grief. Following is a brief guide to understanding and supporting young children through a grief experience. Grief in Infants and Toddlers Babies are continue reading…

Teen Night

A gathering for grieving teens (6th-12th graders) coping with the illness or death of a loved one. Registration is required for all Kids Path workshops, events, and groups. Contact Kids Path at 336.544.5437 or kmcgregor@hospicegso.org to register.

Teen Night

A gathering for grieving teens (6th-12th graders) coping with the illness or death of a loved one. Registration is required for all Kids Path workshops, events, and groups. Contact Kids Path at 336.544.5437 or kmcgregor@hospicegso.org to register.

How to Communicate with your Grieving Teen

  Adolescence can be an exciting time of self-discovery and identity development. However, as adolescents seek more independence, families may find this time filled with disagreements and periods of irritability and frustration. When a young person experiences significant loss during this already tumultuous time, their family may notice unexpected and concerning changes in the teen’s continue reading…

Teen Night

A gathering for grieving teens (6th-12th graders) coping with the illness or death of a loved one. Registration is required for all Kids Path workshops, events, and groups. Contact Kids Path at 336.544.5437 or kmcgregor@hospicegso.org to register.

Teen Night

A gathering for grieving teens (6th-12th graders) coping with the illness or death of a loved one. Registration is required for all Kids Path workshops, events, and groups. Contact Kids Path at 336.544.5437 or kmcgregor@hospicegso.org to register.