Charities call for a renewed focus on children who have lost a parent during Covid-19

Katy Morton
Thursday, November 18, 2021

This Children's Grief Awareness Week (18-24 November), the public are being urged to listen to bereaved children and understand how important it is that they receive support when they are grieving.

The charities behind Grief Awareness Week refer to research showing that at least 10,000 children have lost a primary caregiver in the UK due to the pandemic PHOTO Adobe Stock
The charities behind Grief Awareness Week refer to research showing that at least 10,000 children have lost a primary caregiver in the UK due to the pandemic PHOTO Adobe Stock

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