bereaved child

See: orphan
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Last week the charity, thanks to more than [euro]550,000 of donations from the public, helped its hundredth bereaved child.
As the family may be unavailable to facilitate the child's grief process due to its own grief, the bereaved child often expresses his or her sense of loss at school (Charkow, 1998; Healy-Romanello, 1993; McGlauflin, 1998).
The traditional pathogenic or deficit-oriented medical model raised awareness of the potential risks a parentally bereaved child faces, including the possibility of depression or other psychological disorder, antisocial behavior, declining interest in school, suicidal ideation, or problems with relationships in adolescence and adulthood.
But this was a story that needed no embellishment, heart-wrenching testimonies from a bereaved child and from beyond the grave six decades later an innocent victim of pure evil speaking in her letters.
He has raised enough to fund an activity for a bereaved child and was just PS60 short of one day bed care for a patient.
Ultimately, the process outlined in this model is characterized by reconciliation, which is defined as the "process that occurs as the bereaved child works to integrate the new reality of moving forward in life without the physical presence of the person who died" (Cohen, Mannarino, Greenberg, Padlo, & Shipley, 2002, p.
Among the allegations is that she told a pupil with tight jaw to "open his mouth properly" and said a bereaved child knew "how to manipulate a situation".
The report shows where a bereaved child spoke about sexual abuse taking place for the first time following a bereavement, they were sometimes told that they must take a mother's place, or that the abuse was intended to comfort them.
He adds: "It is very tough for a bereaved parent to have to deal with a bereaved child on top of everything else, but it is vital that you are there for them to talk, listen and tell them that what they are feeling is normal.
The research related to the child grief process and the intrinsic value of therapeutic and educational supports in working with grieving children are discussed through case studies, the professional literature, and practical interventions that support the process of grief therapy for mental health counselors and the bereaved child.
Dyfanwen Jones, a Macmillan Cancer Relief nurse who founded the group, said, 'Everyone concentrates on the bereaved child, but children living with a parent with cancer face a mountain of problems yet they have no-one to talk to.