Grief and Loss Bibliographies


  • 150 Facts About Grieving Children

    This book presents 150 facts about grieving children in a concise and easy to read fashion. It is a sensible book that provides enormous help to all professionals and parents in understanding the powerful and unique grief experiences of our children

  • A Difference in the Family

    Helen Featherstone, an educator and mother of a severely disabled child, traces the long, often heartbreaking road toward acceptance of disability. Drawing on interviews with parents and professionals, published accounts, and her own personal experience, Mrs. Featherstone discusses how parents and siblings cope with their feelings of fear, anger, guilt, and loneliness. She also explains what kind of support and understanding can be provided by various sources.

  • Families, Disability, and Empowerment

    This is a comprehensive resource presenting strategies to equip professionals to empower families, as well as enable families to empower themselves. It deals with topics such as relieving family stress, grief, loss and trauma, assisting single parents and reducing marital conflict.

  • Helping Adults with Mental Retardation Grieve a Death Loss

    This book covers background information on the universal grief process, then addresses grief issues specific to adults with intellectual disabilities. It includes ideas and activities that can be useful to grief-stricken adults with disabilities.

  • I Miss You

    This is a children's picture book which explores the difficult issue of dealth on a level which can be understood by young children.