We are here as a resource for those who are working with bereaved parents and caregivers.
These webinars are for service providers who are using our free Practical Tools with bereaved parents.
Learn about training opportunities for service providers who work with parents and caregivers of bereaved children.
Additional resources from us and our partners to support service providers in these times
Meet the organizations that have collaborated with ASU REACH Institute to develop these resources.
Learn about our research on sources of resilience for bereaved families and evidence for effectiveness of our programs.
These tools are brief 15-25 minute online programs to help parents and caregivers of bereaved children achieve their goals. We offer webinars for service providers to learn how you can coach parents and caregivers to more effectively use each of these tools You can register here for any of these free webinars. Click on the Practical Tool webinar to register for the webinar that you would like to attend.
The Resilient Parenting for Bereaved Families Program is an evidence-based 10-meeting program for parents and caregivers of bereaved children. The program is based on research showing positive benefits for bereaved parents and their children. We offer intensive training to enable service providers to deliver and sustain the program with high quality and fidelity. Training is offered at scheduled times. Click here to learn more about training.
The program just was reinforcing all of the way… taking care of myself and my needs and compassion was really essential to my good parenting and getting my children and I through it.
I'm super happy and fortunate that I went through this program, because I feel like I'm on a better path that I have the tools that I can raise my children.
It was just getting through particularly very challenging, difficult times. So, learning that skillset was hugely helpful, because it did help me be the, become the best version of myself and that much better of a mom.
What this helped us do is that it created a really strong bond between both of us where now she feels that she can actually come to me and tell me what she’s feeling and get the support that she needs from me.
These are very challenging times for bereaved families. They are also unusually challenging times for the people who serve them and are going the extra mile to figure out what that means in a time of increasingly collective grief. You deserve support for your work! Here are what we consider some of the best resources:
Here are what we consider some of the best resources that have been compiled by our collaborating organizations.
New York Life Foundation: New York Life’s dedicated online resources for bereaved families and providers who support them.
Uplift Center's "Support for Helpers": Check out Uplift’s amazing page chock full of rich resources for service providers! This page hosts four Sessions, each with a video and other resources designed to support the helpers right now. As Crystal Wortham puts it, “self care is self preservation.” This is a wonderful offering for the diverse community of helpers to get the support they need during COVID-19!
National Alliance for Grieving Children: NAGC's mission is to support those who enhance the growth and development of gifted and talented children through education, advocacy, community building, and research. We aim to help parents and families, K-12 education professionals including support service personnel, and members of the research and higher education community who work to help gifted and talented children as they strive to achieve their personal best and contribute to their communities
For resources for resilient parenting that you can use to support bereaved caregivers with their parenting click here.
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