Most younger children are aware of death even if they do not understand the finality of it.
But, experiencing grief is a different and often confusing experience for children.
As parents and carers you cannot protect your child from the pain of loss, but you can help them feel safe and allow them to express their feelings.
We can help you by providing a safe, caring and confidential environment to talk through your grief with a trained befriender.
We understand that it is not always easy to talk to family or friends because you worry you may upset them or that they won't understand how you feel.
We aim to help you make sense of your loss by reflecting on the different aspects of your grief, giving you time and space to express your thoughts and feelings and to share your memories of the person who has died.