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Grief support

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What to Say to Someone Who is Grieving - What's Your Grief

The most frequently asked question we hear is what to say to someone who is grieving. Unfortunately, there isn't a simple answer.

Grief Journaling Prompts – thelifeididntchoose

Journaling has been and continues to be a very important part of my grief journey. Putting thoughts on paper gets them out of my head. Writing them down helps me understand them. Reading them back …

“Grief is like glitter. You can throw a handful of glitter up in the air, but when you try to clean it up, you’ll never get it all. Even long after the event, you will still find glitter tucked into corners… it will always be there. Somewhere. – This quote it by the wonderful @Irish_Cuchulainn

Traumatic Grief: 10 Things to Know About World-Shattering Loss » Urns

What is traumatic grief, and how is it different from other kinds of grief? Learn more here about how trauma affects the grieving process.

Growing Around Grief - Whats your Grief

In 1996, Lois Tonkin wrote a simply theory about grief, inspired by a bereaved mother she'd met. The Growing Around Grief concept still helps and inspires

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These printable cards help students to be able to identify their feelings and emotions. Supporting students to isolate their feelings and emotions and getting them to attribute them to the source can often be very difficult. Sometimes a little bit of extra support is needed to help build emotional literacy and development.
Develop social & emotional learning with fall, winter, spring & summer-themed “mood meter” tools. Holiday scales include Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Earth Day, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and more. Use as warm-ups, bell ringers, middle & high school advisory, meetings, circle time, and daily writing or discussion prompts. Mindful Steps™ scales are engaging, invite self-expression, and lead to rich conversations as students develop SEL skills. K-adults. For use with Google Slides™.
This resource includes over 20 pages of basic concept development for negation practice/ These worksheets which includes visual supports. This is a perfect no-prep resource for use within speech therapy programs, school counselor focused groups and life skill development programs. This resource includes negation questions with the following themes: - Emotions - Helpful and Unhelpful Behaviours - Recess Behaviours - School Bus Behaviours - Hall Behaviours - Daily Routines and Chores - Community H
There are a total of 48 dinosaur themed scissor and tracing cards as well as 6 blank cards for student to create their own tracing and scissor lines should they wish. There is a variety of foundational shapes and formations ranging from straight to curved lines and everything in between needed for your child or students to develop pre-writing and writing development skills.

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