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Grieving

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Grief and Loss

Issues around grief and loss are common in Residential Aged Care (RAC). CareSearch has a range of resources to assist with bereavement, grief and loss.

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Grief and loss

Trusted information about grief and loss, including types, effects, coping with grief and supporting someone through grief from leading Australian health organisations.

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Grief and Loss

Everyone’s experience of grief or loss is unique. You might experience all kinds of difficult and at times overwhelming emotions, and you might sometimes wonder if the sadness will ever end. This is a normal reaction to loss.

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Bereavement, Grief and Loss

Bereavement, Grief and Loss

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Grief and loss | ReachOut Australia

Grief and loss can come in many forms: the death of someone you care about, your parents separating, breaking up with your partner or even moving to a new city.

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Grief and Loss Resources

There are differences in the ways in which people grieve. There are also differences in the circumstances surrounding grief. Sometimes information tailored to specific situations may be helpful.

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Give grief time | Grief and loss | ReachOut Australia

Matt talks about his journey back from grief after losing a close friend to brain cancer.

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What Is Grief and Loss? - Kids Helpline - Kids

Lets get started People often feel sad when they lose someone or something close to them. This sadness about loss is called grief. This can happen when: you lose a friend your parents separate or divorce you lose a pet someone you know dies you change homes, schools or even countries you find out that

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My unforgettable friend | Grief and loss | ReachOut Australia

Kourtney shares her story of how shes dealt with her grief since finding out about the death of her best friend.

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Supporting your child through Grief and Loss

Both adults and children are likely to experience a range of feelings after the loss of someone special, including sadness, fear, anxiety, confusion, disbelief, guilt and anger.

Read more on Australian Child and Adolescent Trauma, Loss and Grief Network (ACATLGN) website

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