Guide to Developing Good Practice in Childhood Bereavement Services
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Aug 30, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 58 pages
Whether you are setting up a new or are already delivering a childhood bereavement service, you will find useful information in this book. The starting point is a discussion of the importance of good practice in childhood bereavement services, but the ebook will be useful as a reference when specific issues in developing or reviewing your policy and procedures arise.
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