Divorce, Illness, Grief & Loss - A Child's Perspective

Divorce, Illness, Grief & Loss - A Child's Perspective
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What Parents Need to Know from Kids About Divorce
"What Parents Need to Know From Kids About Divorce" is a compliation of candid interviews with kids ages 4-18 talking about their experiences of their parents' divorce. They talk about…
Siblings of Autism
Silblings of kids who have autism have unique perspectives on Autistic Spectrum Disorder. In this 30 minutes production these wise siblings ages 4-18 tell us about their frustration, their pain,…
Illness in the Family
When a serious illness strikes a family, it's natural for most of the attention to go to the sick one. The problem is that kids who aren't sick sometimes get…
Grief & Loss: A Child's Perspective
After a death of a loved one, grownups are often unsure about how to help young children. Death is a difficult concept for adults to process, and most feel helpless…

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