A parent guidance kit to create a place for conversation and processing with a child following loss
For ages 4-6
Advisor: Liron Elbaz Bloch
For children, the grieving process is divided into two primary stages – accepting the death and processing the loss while adjusting to a new reality.
When children experience loss, the reactions of adults around them carry great impact. The way the death is conveyed to children is enormously important. When adults are upset and broken they may cause further trauma.
This really opened the door to an inclusive conversation. He cooperated even while drawing and also afterShahar, mother of 5-year-old boy
Adi Gelman Zaidel
Product and user experience designer with a passion to improve people's quality of life and solve problems.
I believe that good and accurate design has the power to change reality.
I aspire to design for the environment we live in creatively and uniquely while addressing user needs.