The Family Bereavement Network in Europe are holding their inaugural conference on Friday, September 26th in the Leuven Institute in Brussels. A full agenda is available here. The seminar will give members of the bereavement support community an opportunity to explore issues relating to the family’s experience of loss, either the loss of a child
The website of the Irish Childhood Bereavement Network, www.childhoodbereavement.ie, was officially launched on December 9th with the help of professionals working with bereaved children along the West coast from Mayo to Cork. The website has valuable information for professionals and families working with grieving children and young people. Chair of the ICBN Advisory Panel, Brid Carroll, commented:
The ICBN is delighted with the opportunity to present to the Joint Committee on Health and Children this Thursday, November 7th. Our report, which will be presented by Chair of the network Brid Carroll, will inform the committee on the uniqueness of children’s grief and outline the importance, value and necessity good and timely support
The newly established Irish Childhood Bereavement Network (ICBN) has appointed a Chair to its Advisory Panel. Brid Carroll, who is a Bereavement Counsellor, will guide the network in its initial stages and provide support to build and strengthen the availability of services for bereaved children in Ireland.
Welcome to the website of the Irish Childhood Bereavement Network! Here you will find information on how to support a child or adolescent who is bereaved.
Irish Childhood Bereavement Network membership is a must for any organisation or individual working in the area of childhood bereavement in Ireland. It will provide access to peer support, learning opportunities and a monthly news round up for bereavement professionals. By joining, you will become part of a coordinated approach to ensuring that all children
Our online resource helps to empower primary school teachers to support a bereaved child.