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Children, even the very young, often understand much more about death than adults realise. Children need to be included in the grieving process; otherwise they may be confused and anxious and feel that adults are minimising their loss. When a baby dies, children often experience a double loss, the loss of their brother or sister and the temporary loss at an emotional level of their devastated parents.

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Telling your Children

Telling your Children

My Baby Brother/Sister has died

My Baby Brother/Sister has died

For Teachers

For Teachers

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