Supporting mātātahi / young people through grief can be tough as most of us don't know how to talk about grief, let alone how to support a young loved one through it.
It’s hard to know what to say or how to behave when someone dies. This is especially true for mātātahi / young people as it may be the first time they've lost someone close to them.
Watch our webinar
Grief can affect every part of a young person's life and there's no quick fix for it, no right or wrong way to grieve. The important thing for our mātātahi / young people is to support them in figuring out what will really help them deal with grief.
In this webinar, Nic Russell, founder of Kenzie's Gift and bereaved māmā / mum, talks to child and adolescent psychotherapist, Nicola Jackson, about supporting mātātahi / young people through grief.
Download our grief kit for teens and young people
We've created a grief kit for mātātahi / young people aged 13-24 years old. It's called Memories are Forever and contains lots of information and tips for getting through the pain of loss, including space to write stuff down.