Easter break can bring sadness for bereaved parents but support is available

Spring has sprung and with it brings longer evenings and brighter days. Anam Cara, a national organisation supporting bereaved parents, want to reach out to parents who find this time of year difficult in their grieving process.

Each holiday break can bring sadness for many, as they are thrown out of routine and have time to “think”. But bereaved parents are not alone, there is support available, all free of charge. Every month, Anam Cara holds 13 face to face support meetings nationwide, along with Bereavement Information evenings.

They have released a series of podcasts called “Conversation in Grief” and these 30 minutes podcasts offer hope, support and real life stories of those that have lost a child. The 8 leaflets information pack provided by Anam Cara was written by bereaved parents for bereaved parents and gives practical advice to those who need it.

On Wednesday April 6, Anam Cara will hold their Galway meeting in The Clayton Hotel, Briarhill @ 7:15pm. All bereaved parents are welcome, regardless of the age of the child or circumstances of death to the meeting, free of charge.

Registration is not required to attend the meeting on Wednesday 6th April, just turn up. Anam Cara would welcome any bereaved parent in the Galway area and surrounds to attend.

For further information on this event and all other supports Anam Cara offer, their information line is 085 2888 888 or by email info@anamcara.ie


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