The Children’s Room is proud of our graduating seniors.
We recognize that the past few months might have felt quite different than usual, and graduation may not have been precisely the occasion they imagined. We feel that our seniors deserve every ounce of credit! Graduation is a big deal, and we are excited for them and celebrate ALL of their achievements! We also want to send them off, knowing that they still have a lot of support!
Take a look at the many different (free) ways seniors and young adults can continue to connect with others who have had similar experiences:
HEART Play for Young Adults
A great way to get to know other late high school and college-aged individuals from MA! Zoom groups are offered throughout the summer and beyond. Find a space to acknowledge the challenges of graduation, leaving home after a loss, meeting new people, and more. Learn more.
Actively Moving Forward
This national organization is focused on supporting, connecting, and empowering grieving young adults. They’ve got virtual support mastered! They offer a free app that connects you with others in a fun social way, virtual support groups, customized text messages from a “Grief Coach,” and lots of info about finding support during college. Learn more.
The Dinner Party
Young adults in nearly 100 cities & towns around the world are meeting up for dinner! Find a community of other emerging adults who have experienced a past loss and meet up for pot-lucks and great conversations. Learn more.
What’s Your Grief
This website offers a tremendous archive of practical, humorous, sarcastic, and down-to-earth articles about dealing with grief. Written by two young adults who have had their own past losses, WYG covers a wide range of topics: song lyrics, art & photography, journaling, recipes, six-word stories, and more! Learn more.