Supporting people after sudden death including COVID-19

Supporting suddenly bereaved children and young people seminars, and news - 12/02/16

We are delighted to announce that we will be holding our second seminar on Supporting suddenly bereaved children and young people of 2016 in London, on Wednesday 13 July 2016.

This event is an excellent training opportunity for anyone working with children and young people, and will feature leading UK academics and practitioners and a case study with a Brake bereaved volunteer. 

Places for this event are going fast. Read on to find out more and book. Don’t forget you can contact us anytime by calling 01484 559909.

Jack Kushner
the professional engagement team

Supporting suddenly bereaved children and young people seminars

Thursday 30 June 2016 - Manchester (UK)
Wednesday 13 July 2016 - London (UK)

These events will help practitioners to provide long-term empathetic support to suddenly bereaved children and young people. Topics covered will include:

  • Insights into how children and young people experience grief, with sessions led by a UK leading academic
  • Case study with a Brake bereaved volunteer, followed by a Question and Answer session.
  • An overview of practical provisions of support that enable children, young people and their families to aid their recovery.

The seminars provide a vital training opportunity for anyone caring for children and young people who have recently been bereaved. 

Attendance at one of these seminars costs just £71+ VAT per person. To book your place today, complete our online form.

These seminars would not be possible without funding kindly provided by Slater and Gordon.

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Sudden LinkedIn group

We are also pleased to announce that we have introduced a LinkedIn group for Sudden. This group will provide a great space for discussion of best practice, global research and the latest news and initiatives. 
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