Our support day offers understanding, encouragement and support to any parent who has suffered the death of a son or daughter in any circumstance and at any age
The worst loss a parent ever has to face is the death of a son or daughter.
Children are ‘not supposed to die’. But sometimes they do – and the extent of the pain and devastation, even isolation, experienced by parents when a child dies is unimaginable.
Whether you attend on your own or as a couple, you’ll be able to meet others who understand the heartache you are going through. Many have found that these events can make a huge difference in helping them cope both now and as they think about the future.
Whether they died last week, last month, or years ago, if we can help you on the difficult ‘journey’ of grieving, we would love you to join us. If you have ever felt that no-one else understands the pain, heartache and the devastation you feel since your son or daughter died, this day is for you.
As well as having times to share informally over refreshments and lunch, during the sessions you will have opportunity to:
- Meet and share with other parents who have suffered the death of a child
- Discover practical ways to work through the pain of bereavement and loss
- Receive comfort, hope and help for the journey ahead