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Newly published! Tough Stuff Journal: Someone has died, by Pete English
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Find out about how the Covid-19 rules and regulations might affect your loved one's funeral. READ MORE.
The UK Trauma Council have released new information about how the pandemic is impacting young people and children.
This booklet can be downloaded for free here.
Jane Oundjian has been awarded an MBE for services to bereavement in the Queen's belated honours list
10 October 2020
Are you aged 18-35 and bereaved? Are you a student or working and living away from your family? Don't struggle with your grief. If you're looking for bereavement support, please read this.
A Nation of Huggers. The research reports 59% of Brits who have lost a loved one during lockdown have had their grieving process negatively impacted due to restrictions. The report reveals Millennials are far more likely to want physical contact when grieving than any other age group.
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Read about a campaign for justice run by families bereaved by Covid-19 for other families affected. Find comfort and strength by being linked to others in a similar situation. Read more
Cardiff and Bristol Universities are carrying out research on 'The grief experiences and support needs of people bereaved during the COVID-19 pandemic'.
Would you like to contribute to this important research? Your contribution will help inform policy makers and health providers to respond more effectively to the needs of the bereaved. Read more