Anam Cara provides information, resources and bereavement support after the death of a child of any age and through all circumstances to all bereaved parents.
Anam Cara have developed innovative online video vignettes to give bereaved mothers and fathers the opportunity to hear an experienced bereavement professional, who is also a bereaved mother, talk about parental grief, the challenges and milestones. Ultimately these Anam Cara resources are about giving recently bereaved parents hope, that they too will find their own unique coping style and resilience to the intense grief that follows the loss of a precious son or daughter. Anam Cara currently has 12 Anam Cara groups throughout Ireland www.anamcara.ie and Northern Ireland www.anamcarani.co.uk
1. What is it like to be a bereaved parent
2. What do parents experience in the early stages of loss
3. What is grief and loss like for dads
4. How does grief affect us physically
5. How does grief affect our thoughts and feelings
6. Is there a roadmap to grief
7. What can help us on our journey of grief
8. How can Anam Cara support me
Supporting Parents after Bereavement.
Due to the Covid 19 Virus, and our duty of care to attending parents, volunteer parents and the professional facilitators the Anam Cara Northern Ireland groups will not be meeting in April 2020. Please know that we are here to support you and resources and support material can be download from the Anam Cara Northern Ireland website If it is safe to do so our groups will be meeting in May 2020. In the meantime please keep in touch. You can email us on email@example.com or call 028 951213120.
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