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"Children carry more between home & school than lunch and a backpack. Working together we can lighten their load." –National Association of School Psychologists


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How Children Respond to Death

A child’s developmental level will influence the way he or she understands death and expresses grief. Over the course of childhood, children develop an understanding of the abstract concepts of death and all of the related beliefs.

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