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Dealing with grief and loss


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Evaluations that tell you whether free resources on the internet are based on scientific research

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  • Website: Better Health Channel
  • Resource type: General web page

Summary - The message of this resource is:

Experiencing grief after the loss of a loved one or because of your loss of independence is a normal part of aging. Each person experiences grief differently, therefore strategies for dealing with these feelings can be important to learn.


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independence, mental health, social support, counselling

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How was this rated?

Step 1 - Evidence-based

Is this information reliable, based on scientific research?


Step 2 - Transparency

Is it clear who developed the resource and how?


Step 3 - Usability

Is the information easy to understand and easy to use?


Rated on: 3/6/2019 12:45:55 PM

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