The NALAG Centre produces free printable brochures on topics relating to loss, grief and bereavement.
NALAG News Newsletter
The NALAG Centre produces a printed hugh gloss covered Newsletter 3 times per year. The Newsletter centraised ona partcular theme in regard to loss, grief and trauma and presents recent articles for professionals and volunteers.
In its 40th year of production in 2017, the NALAG Newsletter is a benefit of membership together with the e-newlstter the Bereavement Buddy and discounted education and training.
Bereavement Buddy ENewsletter
The Bereavement Buddy ENewsletter is the NALAG Centre for Loss & Grief Dubbo's monthly electronic newsletter. The newsletter keeps yo uin touch with the Centres activties and events and also features an article related to loss, grief and bereavement.
A Children's Book about Loss, Grief and Resilience.
Grandpa's Hat - written by Jen Cowley and illustrated by Mark Horton - is the story of Jennywren and all her favourite animals, who help her discover that although her Grandpa is gone, he does't have to be forgotten.
Grandp's Hat has been developed with the support of the combined Rotary Clubs of Dubbo and Coonabarabran as a resource for the National Association of Loss and Grief NSW Inc. (NALAG) to help parents and carers guide children through the difficult time of loss and grief.
Proceeds from the sale of the book will go to help NALAG - a not-for-profit, volunteer-supported organisation - to continue the work it does in supporting people who are grieving.
Eating for Happiness Cook Book
A Healthy Eating Cook Book for People Experiencing Depression, Stress and Anxiety
The Eating for Happiness Cook Book is in its 2nd Edition. Written by one of the founding facilitators of the Blue Healers Depression, Stress and Anxiety Program, Eating for Happines offers simple receipes and hints for eatimg healthy.
Stories about Death and Dying
Miindala Biography Project
After workshops with local author Carrolline Rhodes, volunteers from NALAG Bellingen/Namucca Branch wrote memoir short stories.
The stories describe the pain of not being connected to the process of dying, as well as the holiness of being present to be able to hold a paren's hand; of witnessing the horrendous pain of sudden, violent deaths, and ultimately the gifts that are bestowed on us.
Death can bring out the worst in us and at best will restore a deep appreciation for life.
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