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Yoko Sen explains her research on the healing benefits of sound
Short Story Review: “The Evening and the Morning and the Night” by Octavia Butler:Butler's novelette explores the isolation experienced by those who have terminal illnesses
U.K. Man Checks Items Off Wife’s Bucket List to Raise Awareness for Early-onset Alzheimer’s:Steve Boryszczuk honors his wife's memory by traveling the world, as they had planned to before she died
Tag Archives: Child
US-based association helps children, caregivers and professionals accept and process mortality
Loss and grief occur at every stage of life — as early as a child leaving the safety and warmth of the mother’s body. Loss of positive mirroring and attention, loss of the good graces of others, loss of one’s … Continue reading
A place where parents can find support after losing a child
Ellen Kelly Daley is the president of the board of directors at HAND, a resource network of parents, professionals, and volunteers who provide support for those who have lost a baby before, during, or after birth. She is a professional … Continue reading
Partners In Care help children and families express grief through art and therapy
For over 20 years, central Oregon residents have been going to Partners In Care for healthcare support for everything from physical therapy to bereavement support. The agency offers a unique healthcare experience with a focus on relationships, encouraging patients to … Continue reading
Custom-made Stuffed Toys "Stuffies" Help Children Express Their Emotions -- and Bring Their Creations to Life.
Child’s Own Studio began with a simple gift for a 4-year-old boy and bloomed into a full-fledged craft business, which has made hundreds of unique “softies” – stuffed toys for children based on their own drawings. Child’s Own works to … Continue reading