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grief, loss, dying

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Kubler Ross stages DABDA: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
infant 0-12 months rxn to loss more crying, thumb sucking, sense anxiety/sorrow in their environment. give them extra cuddling, keep in familiar place/keep same schedule for baby.
1-2 y/o rxn to loss clingy, whiny, "hyper", regression, sleep pattern change. tell child what happened and answer questions. tell them the death wasn't their fault. involve them.
3-5 y/o rxn to loss regression(bed wetting, baby talk). unable to verbalize feelings or questions. act out feelings thru play. interventions is same for 1-2 y/o.
6-10 y/o rxn to loss play death and funeral, shyness, act out, grades may suffer (or school is safe zone). give lots of attention, involvement, answer questions.
age 11-teens rxn to loss anger, feels not fair, guilty, scared, macho, turn to friends, act out, spiritual searching. talk openly to them, encourage confiding in trusted adult, give affection, journaling, drawing.
Created by: wilsoj7