24 Aug | 7.30-9PM | Quaker Meeting House | £5
“What happens to dead people’s bodies?” Children have questions about everything but how appropriate is it to talk to children about death? What do they want to know? Where should they learn it? What will you say? Dr Sally Paul (lecturer in the School of Social Work and Social Policy at Strathclyde University) explores what children want to know about death and when they want to know it. She asks what helps you talk to children about death, what puts you off and if there any major consequences. Please note children’s views will be included!