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Griefinar: The Power of Change

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Our outcomes are determined by how we absorb or respond to the never-ending external and internal changes in funding, staffing, boards, regulatory standards and family.  In this webinar on change, Roy will share the differing was that change comes to us both as challenge and stressor.  Everyone will leave the webinar with a personal understanding of change and practical tips to include change and health in the same sentence.

This is going to be an interactive workshop with polls and activities.

Creating Sustainable Funding for Your Child Bereavement Program

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Join us for this NAGC Griefinar on in important topic: sustainable funding.

Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Time: 1 pm Eastern, 10 am Pacific
Visit https://my.dimdim.com/nagclearning/ to watch.  Be sure to dial in using the phone number on the webinar screen.

Follow Up from Griefinar on Volunteering

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Training Volunteers to Lead Bereavement Groups

The most asked questions about volunteers training to lead support groups, is “what do I do when…”

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Griefinar: Training Volunteers to Lead Bereavement Groups

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NAGC Members are invited to join us for our next "Griefinar".

Date: January 21, 2011
Time: 1pm EST, 10 am Pacific

The most asked questions about volunteers training to lead support groups, is “what do I do when…”

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Managing specific behaviors
Understanding group member personalities
Dealing with challenging interactions

Griefinar: Measuring Grief

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The National Alliance for Grieving Children sponsored a free Griefinar (on-line learning) on Measuring Grief: Challenges and Opportunities. Download the slides.

Our presenter was:
Corrine Walijarvi, MS, MBA, LMSW
Corrine is a Clinical Researcher, Bo’s Place. PhD student, University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work, Doctoral Associate, University of Houston

Tips for Creating an Effective Bereavement Program Website

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Bereavement programs need to create effective websites because for many people it creates the first impression of your organization.

An effective website allows you to communicate about your program at all hours of the day. Many bereavement programs report their heaviest traffic in the evenings or on weekends, so make your information easily accessible.

Measuring Grief: Difficulties and Opportunities

NAGC Griefinar
Friday, December 3, 2010 at noon EST 9 am Pacific
Speakers:
Corrine Walijarvi, LMSW, Clinical Researcher, Bo’s Place (Houston, TX)
Ann H. Weiss, M.A.T., M.Ed., L.P.C , Program Director, Bo’s Place (Houston, TX)



This presentation will include a discussion of some of the issues involved in measuring grief. Topics covered include:

Free Learning Opportunities

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An important part of the mission of the National Alliance for Grieving Children is to provide education and resources to programs and people who are helping grieving children, teens and families.

Upcoming are two “Griefinar” sessions.  To participate, you need (1) a phone and (2) a computer with a high speed internet connection.  Pre-registration is needed so we can plan for the capacity.  We will be using webinar technology for this meeting.

Creating an Effective Website

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NAGC Griefinar
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 at noon EST, 9 am Pacific
Speaker: Kate Stern, Communications Manager, Comfort Zone Camp (Richmond, VA)

Register now!  Free for NAGC Members.  Not a member?  Join now.

Strategies for Helping Families Through the Holidays

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During the holidays we respond to the pressures, anxiety, and stress of the season and its additional impact on the grief and loss process. The NAGC held an on-line, interactive "Griefinar" led by Board of Directors Member Michelle Post.

This Griefinar provided an opportunity for members to receive information about one example of a holiday workshop and share with others in the field information and "helps" to support their local parents and children through the holiday season. 

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