Resources Blog for Bereaved Families
Resources for Bereaved Families is a page that contains a collection of resources for bereaved families and those who support them
In addition to the Adrian’s Elephant Store on Spreadshirt, there are a number of other artistic businesses supporting bereaved families.
There are many professional organizations committed to pregnancy education, preventing pregnancy loss, and supporting families after loss.
Reading other people’s experiences made me feel less alone after Adrian’s death. These are blogs and Instagram accounts about child loss and grief.
While I hope you will join Sea Glass Parenting on Facebook, I have also scoured Facebook for other groups related to child loss and grief.
Few therapists specialize in child or grief, but I believe many general therapists can still be a great match. Here are some questions to help you interview.
Planning the funeral for a baby who died before, during, or shortly after birth is a difficult process. Not only because the death of any child is heartbreaking, but also because logistically, the typical funeral service isn’t geared towards honoring the briefest of lives. This post is a comprehensive list of choices and options in planning a funeral for your infant child.
When I was planning Adrian’s Funeral, I found very few resources for planning the funeral of a child. As a companion to the post on “Planning a Funeral for Your Infant Child,” and in conjunction with other bereaved parents, I am providing sample funeral documents below.
Bereaved parents honor their children in multiple ways. This list is a compilation of potential options to honor your child.
If you have the resources, attending a retreat for parents, couples, or families who have lost children may be a valuable way to devote time and space to your child and your grief.