About Trauma and Grief Network
The Trauma and Grief Network provides a virtual space to browse online resources for child and adolescent trauma, loss, and grief. Their aim is to reduce the mental health risks children and adolescents face by providing information and support for parents and caregivers. Every year thousands of Australian children and adolescents experience adverse life events associated with loss, threat, or violence. The Trauma and Grief Network has gathered a range of resources to help caregivers cope with the trauma, loss, and grief issues their children are going through as well as advice on how to keep themselves healthy.
The website offers resources to help caregivers understand and respond to the needs of children and adolescents experiencing trauma loss and/or grief, including
- Links to helpful services
- Current research
- Tip sheets
- Information brochures
- Multi-media links
- Relevant news articles
- Social media links
Who is the Trauma and Grief Network for?
The Trauma and Grief Network is for anyone involved with the wellbeing and care of children and adolescents, including parents, guardians, foster carers, caregivers, extended family, teachers, childcare workers, and individuals in the broader community.
Is there a cost to use the Trauma and Grief Network?
There is no cost to use the Trauma and Grief Network.
How to access the Trauma and Grief Network
The Trauma and Grief Network can be accessed at https://tgn.anu.edu.au/