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Grief is unpredictable. Navigating the ups and downs of loss can be challenging. Our expert Judi’s House clinicians compiled activities to help families talk about grief at home.
These activities are tailored to different ages and new activities are posted regularly.
- January Activities: HopeThese are just a few activities our families participate in during our Hope for the Holidays events! Read More
- December Activities: HolidaysHolidays and anniversaries can be hard for grieving families. These activities offer families creative ways to relax and look ahead to the new year. Read More
- November Activities: GratitudeThe holiday months can bring on more stress for all members of the family. These activities focus on relieving stress and practicing gratitude during difficult times. Read More
- October Activities: FeelingsAll feelings are part of a healthy emotional experience. Explore your grief through your feelings with these activities. Read More
- September Activities: AngerAcknowledging anger in grief can be tricky. Practice expressing your anger through art. Read More
- August Activities: RememberingActivities to remind you of your special person and the connection you have with them. Read More
- July Activities: ReflectionReflect on how you have grown or changed after the death of a special person. Read More
- June Activities: MindfulnessMindfulness is a helpful coping skill when life feels big and overwhelming. These activities will help you be present in the moment. Read More