The Compassionate Friends Victoria have a number of education programs that can be tailored to suit any audience and every program is presented by a trained speaker with lived experience. Our presentations aim to provide a better understanding of grief, to assist the audience in feeling more confident in knowing what to say to someone who has experienced the loss of a child or sibling and to generate awareness about our support services.
TCFV can work with your staff to help them to know the right behaviours and phrases to support a grieving person return to work and become more comfortable, more quickly. We can also work with your team leader to help them understand grief and bereavement and so, identify early warning signs of distress. Click for more details. (Please note: all education sessions are currently run via Zoom.)
“We remember them” via Herald Sun Memorial Roll – together we publicly acknowledge our sons, daughters, brothers, sisters and grandchildren who have died before us and let other bereaved families know that they are not alone, that TCFV exists. If you would like your loved ones’ names added, please follow this link…
The AGM is an opportunity to connect with other members and to be updated with what is happening within the organisation. All members and their families are welcome!
TCFV recognises that the loss of a sibling continues to have a profound impact on us as bereaved for years on.
To help deliver this important online service, we are looking for bereaved siblings who are interested in providing peer chat support to other bereaved siblings as a peer support volunteer.
Due to the current lockdown, we have decided to make our August-September magazine also available via our website. This is to help ensure you get our current news as soon as possible.