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Barriers of learning. Death, Dying and Grief
Transcript of Barriers of learning. Death, Dying and Grief
Grief is a natural process in response to a great loss or death in a person's life.
"Based on research in recent years, grief is better understood. society back in older years would treat death with silence. Families would hide their grief like it was something to be ashamed of. Grief is caused by many factors all involved with loss. Grief is a natural process." -Unknown
Signs of Grief in teens:
Gain more knowledge on:
- Types of loss
- Who is most affected
- Things that are good to know
- What you as a teach can do
The world's population is 6,525,170,264 (and counting). The death rate is at 8.67 death/1,000 population. That is about 154,889 deaths on a daily average.
5 stages of Grief:
Barriers of learning: Death, Dying and Grief
-A lack in concentration
- Shock, numbness
- Avoidance and retreat
- Drug and Alcohol use
- Self blame
- Deep sadness
- 8 million people suffered from death last year. (NMHA)
- 1.2 million children will lose a parent before age 15. (NMHA)
- About 780 people die in a car crash each year. (NHTSA)
Death and dying can be stressful for dying people, their loved ones and care-givers.
- 1 in 2 will live in a single parent house-hold
- 1 in 3 are born to unmarried parents.
- 1 in four live with only one parents.
- 1 in 8 live with neither parent.
(the state of america's children, 1998 yearbook, childrens defense fund.)
Ways to Cope:
- Allow the emotions
- Support groups
- Talk to trusted individual
Dealing with death Youtube Video
Mulitfandom- 5 Stages of Grief Youtube video