WHAT WE DO

The Never Alone Project aims to support bereaved children and their families in the UK online.
We also offer face to face services in Northamptonshire. We stand together as a community to reduce isolation and create a safe space to deal with grief.

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THE NEVER ALONE PROJECT

For families in Northamptonshire, we offer the services below.

 

HOW WE DO IT

We offer a variety of support. 

  • For professionals - we offer information and training programs, enabling you to help grieving children

  • For parents and carers of bereaved children - we offer grief recovery programs as well as one-to-one support, family events and support groups

  • For children - we offer one-to-one support, group sessions and social events

 

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THERAPEUTIC GROUP SESSIONS FOR CHILDREN

We offer a variety of therapeutic group sessions to bereaved children.

These sessions are delivered by DBS checked experts, and include activities such as art therapy, creating memory boxes, mindfulness techniques and more.

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SOCIALISING

One of our main points of focus at TNAP is to reduce the isolation that bereaved children so often feel.  We use the help of the local community to offer social outings in order to promote well-being. This gives families some breathing space from the overwhelm of grief. Outings include bowling, mini golf, laser maze, trampolining etc.

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SUPPORT FOR MAIN CARERS

One of our goals is to support the main carers of bereaved children. We do this through regular in-person and online support groups. We also provide a group for people dealing with complex grief, for example if there was domestic abuse, suicide or other trauma.  We aim to provide a comprehensive information service around bereavement, as well as link to other organisations that can help.

 

“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see”

Mark Twain

 

CONTACT US

hello@tnap.co.uk

01933 588009

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