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Short Term Theraputic Group Programme
Our Group Programmes provide children with a safe space to talk about and remember their special person who died. Through creative activities we hope to provide children with things that will be helpful now and for the future.
Charity information: Jeremiah's Journey
We do not believe that any child or family should feel alone in their grief. Having support at this difficult time has an impact on the child's future.
We aim to give every child that goes through our group the skills and confidence to move forward remembering their special person in a healthy and positive way.
To support a child who has had someone special to them die.
Activities» Provide our short term theraputic group programme.
What success will look like
By providing a group programme where the child takes part in a number of activities to help them with their grief.
At the end of each group programme we hold a review night where the family and children fill in a form to help us move forward and make sure we best meet their needs. We keep in touch with our families and have an open door policy. Many families do not reconnect suggesting the service we provide is enough.
If a child attended the group and felt it was not for them there is no obligation to come back and one to one sessions could be arranged if appropriate.
We can feedback on the success of the group and how the child responded.
Budget - Project Cost: £384Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £384 Group Programme One child going through a six week programme of activities
We run our group programmes through Plymouth College of Art who provide space and facilities.
The child and their family.
We are the only charity in the locality providing this vital service and we have 18 years of experience in this specialist area.
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Rachel is our Project Coordinator who works with the families and facilitates the group programmes with a team of professional volunteers.
could pay for a teddy bear
I found Jeremiah's Journey extremely helpful. The group helped me with my loss in many ways.