Beyond The Death Of A Child
Case Study Report
A report into the social impact and economic costs following the death of a child.
Parents estimate average lost income of $59,500, which was directly related to the death of their child”
Authors Dr Jon Stebbins, D.Ed., Traumatic Bereavement Consultant & Researcher and Dr Trevor Batrouney, Adjunct Professor, RMIT University. Parents are losing up to $600,000 in lost income and take, on average, sixteen weeks of unpaid leave
following the death of their child, according to a new report.
The report, Beyond the Death of a Child, identifies the social impacts and economic costs to families and the community during the first three years following the death of a child.
PDF downloads of extracts from the report are available below as well as an order form to purchase the full report.
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