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Hospice
Grief


Hospice
Bereavement Support Groups
http://www.ubalt.edu/bereavement/
Online directory of bereavement support groups and services and hospice bereavement programs.

All about hospice
http://www.teleport.com/%7Ehospice/

Family On Call
http://www.familyoncall.com/
For people coping with homebound illness, the site's mission is to offer help and support.

Children's Hospice International
http://www.chionline.org/
Provides resources and referrals to children with life-threatening conditions and their families. The concept of care called "hospice" is applicable whether in the home, hospital, or hospice care facility.

American Academy of Pediatrics
http://www.aap.org/policy/re0007.html
American Academy of Pediatrics recommends the development and broad availability of pediatric palliative care services based on child-specific guidelines and standards.

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Grief
GRIEF 101
http://www.childhoodbraintumor.org/Grief101.html
Some Common Facts and Characteristics of Grief.

Crisis, Grief, and Healing
http://www.webhealing.com/
Men and women can discuss, (main, child-loss, siblings), chat, or simply browse to understand and honor the many different paths to heal strong emotions.

All Kids Grieve
http://allkidsgrieve.org/
A resource for teachers, parents, counselors and other caring adults.

Pen-Parents
http://penparents.org/
A support network of grieving parents who have experienced pregnancy loss or the death of a child(ren) through adulthood, providing an opportunity for bereaved parents to talk about their child(ren) through a pen-pal type service by networking them with others in similar situations.

Rainbows
http://www.rainbows.org/
Not-for-profit, international organization that offers training and curricula for establishing peer support groups in churches, synagogues, schools or social agencies. These curricula are available for children and adults of all ages and religious denominations who are grieving a death, divorce or any other painful transition in their family.

Compassionate Friends
http://www.compassionatefriends.org/
The Compassionate Friends is a national nonprofit, self-help support organization that offers friendship and understanding to bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings. There are no religious affiliation and no membership dues or fees.

Other grief resources
http://penparents.org/resources/or.shtml

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Disclaimer
In this section of our web site we provide links that offer a variety of resources for children with cancer and their parents. Our intent in providing these links is simply to make information available. The inclusion of any website link does not imply endorsement by The Emily Dorfman Foundation for Children of the link or resource accessed through the link. You are strongly advised to thoroughly investigate all information presented and claims made of a medical or spiritual nature, and judge with common sense the validity of the information and the claims. Perhaps this goes without saying, but you should seek the advice of your (or your child's) health care provider before acting upon or relying upon any information from these links and resources.

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