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Lynnette Lowrimore is a retired Air Force intelligence officer who, intent on teaching full-time, returned to school to obtain her master's degree in elementary education, when her two daughters made her a grandmother five times over. Juggling grandchildren, long-term substitute teaching, and volunteer endeavors brought her immense satisfaction. Lynette now dedicates her time to volunteering on projects that promote SIDS education, research, and fundraising to honor Barrett's memory. The center is grateful to Lynette for her unique perspective and valuable contribution. This bibliography is intended to help parents or caregivers navigate children's questions that are likely to come up after the death of a younger sibling from sudden infant death. The books are divided by category. Download printable PDF.
Muddles, Puddles and Sunshine offers practical and sensitive support for bereaved children. Beautifully illustrated, it suggests a helpful series of activities and exercises accompanied by the friendly characters of Bee and Bear. This book offers a structure and an outlet for the many difficult feelings which inevitably follow when someone dies. It aims to help children make sense of their experience by reflecting on the different aspects of their grief, whilst finding a balance between remembering and having fun. This book is a useful companion in the present, and will become an invaluable keepsake in the years to come. Practical, sensible and fun — it should prove an invaluable tool for those of us whose jobs involve helping and supporting bereaved families.
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New Kensington Natrona Heights. The Highmark Caring Place is committed to helping grieving children get the support they deserve. A community resource, the Caring Place offers services at no charge to grieving families throughout the community. No insurance is necessary. For downloadable PDF brochures on grief, click here. Launch Site.