Kare: The Magazine for Young Caregivers

This magazine, available in English or in French, includes information and stories about what being a young carer is like, emotional regulation and self-care strategies, tips for balancing school and caregiving, media recommendations, and where to find help.

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day when a child has lost a parent

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day can be especially difficult for children and youth grieving the death of a parent or step-parent. Canadian Virtual Hospice teamed up with children’s grief specialist Ceilidh Eaton Russell to create a new resource to help.

Myra’s Kids Foundation

Our camp is a free, non-denominational bereavement camp for children and teenagers, ages 6 to 17, who are grieving a significant death.

Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) – Activity Book

A workbook to help children understand, prepare for, and experience Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) in the way that’s best for them.

Grandpa, What is ALS? – ALS Society of Alberta

A children’s story about love, acceptance and understanding when a grandfather is diagnosed with ALS.


A free online resource for parents to support their grieving children.

*Guide For People Living with ALS

This comprehensive guide covers a range of topics about living with the disease and what to expect.

*When Your Parent Has ALS – A Booklet For Teens

A booklet to help teens cope with a parent’s ALS diagnosis.