Friday's Progress Notes
Mental health information
Vol. 2 Issue 21 - May 15, 1998
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1. Children with terminal illnesses
2. Resources associated with perinatal loss
3. Grieving the death of a child
4. Children and grief
5. Coping with the death of a sibling
6. How children understand death
7. End-of-life care through hospice
8. Children with a disabled sibling
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- Helping Children Cope with Death
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Lessons of Loss
- Anxiety in Patients with Cancer
- Loss, Grief, and Bereavement
- Childhood and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders
- OCD: The Secret Childhood Epidemic
- Focus on Child Sexual Abuse
- HIPAA Made Friendly: How To Become Compliant
- Ethical and Legal Issues in Psychotherapy
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John L. Miller, MD
1. PARTNERSHIP FOR CARING
When A Child Is Dying
The loss of a child affects everyone in the family.
2. ABOUT PREGNANCY/BIRTH
This site contains a list of resources associated with perinatal loss. Topics include
stillbirths, cord accidents, miscarriage, and sudden infant death.
3. NATIONAL SIDS/INFANT DEATH RESOURCE CENTER
The Death of a Child The Grief of the Parents: a Lifetime Journey
Parental grief is boundless. It touches every aspect of a parent's being.
4. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
Children and Grief
When a family member dies, children react differently from adults
When A Brother or Sister Dies
This brochure is meant to help children cope with the death of a sibling.
6. ERIC DIGEST
Children and Grief
This Digest discusses psychological tasks that appear to be essential to children's adjustment, how children understand death and react to the death of a loved one, and how parents and teachers can help children cope with loss.
7. PARTNERSHIP FOR CARING
Hospice nurses are the doorway to an end-of-life care system that includes doctors, social workers, chaplains, home health care aides and trained volunteers.
8. NATIONAL INFORMATION CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES
Children with Disabilities: Understanding Sibling Issues
The birth of a child with a disability or chronic illness, or the discovery that a child has a disability, has a profound effect on a family. Children suddenly must adjust to a brother or sister who, because of their condition, may require a large portion of family time, attention, money, and psychological support.
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