Little Hands

This three-session grief program is for children ages 4 to 7 years old. During the program, children have the opportunity to interact with others their own age who have experienced the death of someone. Through play, stories, games, songs, talking about feelings, art and conversations with our bunny puppet, named “Hamilton,” children find a comfortable place to express their thoughts and feelings.

This program is offered at no cost to the families and open to any child in the community. Pre-registration is required to ensure we have enough supplies and staff for the children attending.

Upcoming program:

April Dates Postponed - Will be Rescheduling

To register for this program...

Register Online for Little Hands

Additional Resources

-National Alliance for Children’s Grief resources for the youngest grievers

-Printable Handouts about talking to and supporting children who are grieving

-Latest episode of “The Widowed Parent Podcast” about supporting children who are grieving

-National Alliance for Children’s Grief: GriefTalk Resource Guides

  • Talking to children about death and dying
  • Talking to a child or teen to let them know someone has died
  • Talking about end-of-life memorials and rituals
  • Talking about grieving as a family