Learning and Dealing with Grief

One of the Paraprofessionals in Tyler’s classed passed away last week from injuries obtained in a house fire.

For Tyler, death is very abstract and difficult to understand. He’s been more aware of other people’s sadness instead of truly feeling and processing his own.

I wanted to share information that was provided to me by Tyler’s Speech Therapist.  Bo’s Place is an organization that helps grieving families. They sent her some links that can possibly help with those on the spectrum.

It appears that it is sold out, but some used versions are available. https://www.amazon.com/Have-Question-about-Dea…/…/1785927507

These links were also included with the link to the book
http://www.pathfindersforautism.org/…/parent-tips-death-and…
http://www.autism.org.uk/bereavement
http://autismnow.org/blog/grief-and-bereavement/
http://expertbeacon.com/advice-providing-grief-support-ki…/…

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