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BeverleyBeverley
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So sorry to hear this Rebecca, there are some good links and suggestions in the comments above.

Another is Cedar Education, and I suggest that you take a look as there is training and support and videos, (some from young people themselves who have gone through the training. ” We have two purposes at CEDAR: The first is to help everyone, young or old, to learn how to talk about death, dying and loss in compassionate and supporting ways. Approached in the right way, talking about a loss or pending death can help promote healthy relationships and minimise distress. The second is to help professionals expand their general and specialist knowledge around the topics of death, grief and bereavement in a variety of social and cultural circumstances, whether speaking to a child, young person or adult.”

See, https://cedareducation.org.uk/

Social story side,
https://pathfindersforautism.org/docs/social-story-about-death.pdf
https://www.andnextcomesl.com/2018/09/free-social-stories-about-death-and-funerals.html
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-s-3686-loss-of-a-family-member-social-stories
https://able2learn.com/products/when-people-die-social-story-pages-13.htmlhttps://able2learn.com/products/when-people-die-social-story-pages-13.html

Video – Guide to writing Social Stories about death, dying and grief
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_lqrlVU8Ug