One silver lining to this quarantine time is the opportunity to create connections and bond further as a family while at home! Here are some activities to continue promoting family time, while discussing memories of your loved one you are missing. As always, we’d love to see and hear how you and your family are…

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Sometimes telling our story or expressing our feelings can be difficult. These activities help children communicate with family members in a creative way. As always, we’d love to see and hear how you and your family are doing these activities at home together! Email your photos and thoughts about the activities to dana@thewarmplace.org. Tell Your Story…

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Something your family might be finding difficult at this time is calming anxious minds. Here are some activities for all ages to harness the powers of relaxation with minimal supplies, from the comfort of your home! We’d love to see and hear how you and your family are doing these activities at home together! Email…

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Here are a few activities about feelings that you can try at home with your family this week! We’d love to see some of your masterpieces and WARM Place activities at home in action! Email your photos and thoughts about the activities to dana@thewarmplace.org. Scribble Art: Ages 3-8 Supplies: Paper, crayons, colored pencils, colored pens,…

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Grief does not happen in a vacuum, and it can come no matter what other circumstances life has thrown at you. Your grief emotions may even be heightened by the anxiety of the moment we are all experiencing during the coronavirus pandemic. On top of that, many of you may be home with your children,…

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What has been most helpful to you in your grief journey?  What stands out to you when you think about someone who has comforted you when you needed it the most?  When asked to reflect on a time when someone has felt most supported, we often think about a time when someone simply listened and…

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At The WARM Place, we try to speak children’s language when it comes to grief. Often that is the language of play, and sometimes it is also the language of storytelling. Using books is a way to make difficult topics accessible to children. It is also a great way to help teach abstract emotional concepts…

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The holiday season is upon us… For those who have lost a loved one, it can bring a mixture of emotions. Grief may be felt day-by-day or moment-by-moment. Traditions bind families together for generations. Many families may cling to traditions both big and small after the death of a loved one. Some families find solace…

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The month of November is Children’s Grief Awareness Month, with Children’s Grief Awareness Day on November 21st. This designation serves to remind us of the needs of grieving children across the country. Did you know that 1 in 14 children in the US will experience the death of a parent or a sibling before the…

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The WARM Place hosted its 2nd annual Camp Remember Me during the first weekend in November at Camp El Tesoro in Granbury, Texas! Camp Remember Me provides WARM Place families an opportunity to grow together as family in their grief journey, while making fun new memories in a camp setting. We were so fortunate to…

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