Confused elderly people and those with learning difficulties

The needs of these groups for help in dealing with bereavement have often been ignored. Repeated explanations and supported involvement in the important events, such as the funeral and visiting the grave, have been shown to reduce the repetitious questions about the whereabouts of the dead person by confused elderly people or difficult and withdrawn behaviour in people with learning disabilities. This makes their continuing care less demanding for both family and professional groups.

It would be unusual in the UK for a mother to maintain the room of a dead child as a shrine

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