Grief in children

Children are deeply affected by the death of someone they love or care about. Even the youngest children are able to sense loss and experience grief. They may express their reactions and emotions directly or they may try to outwardly appear unconcerned about the event. In either case they will be...

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Grief in young people

Grief that young people experience may often be caused by sudden and tragic deaths. Friends might die suddenly from car accidents, illness, drug overdoses, violence or suicide but parents and other family may also be lost through illness or sudden events. Their deaths may be completely "out of the blue" and come as a major...

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Role of the coroner

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Some deaths occur in circumstances that make it difficult to know exactly what has happened. Some people die naturally, but the actual cause is unknown or uncertain. Others die in road or other accidents, or by drowning, homicide, or suicide – situations where bodies may not be found or may be difficult to...

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