Young Explorers Fund
...Enabling children to explore feelings about any diagnosis, loss or bereavement...
HIDDEN POTENTIALS Life Coaching
Sarah J Smith Dip LC (Inst LC)
Personal Trainer For Your Mind!
Welcome to UD
Under Our Umbrella
Terminal Illness and Bereavement
Child or Adult Heart Disease
Social, Emotional and Behavioural Conditions
Cancer and other Diagnosis
Would you be interested to sponsor this fund ‘In Memory’ or as a way to promote your
Please see our sponsors page for more information
2008 sponsors for this fund
Crafts that children can be involved in are quite numerous, but some suggestions
are given below, please click a like to view the individual pages.
· Memory Box
· Memory Garden
· Memory Bank
· Memory Stone
· Memory Candle
· Memory Book
· Memory Jar
· Memory scrapbook
A note on scrapbooks
Scrapbooks, come in many forms, but basically there are two main types, manual placing
of items onto a page, and electronic scrapbook creation programs.
Either of these methods can be used to create a memory scrapbook of someone who has
sadly died, the main question is which type to use, and this is purely down to a
personal taste and ability.
Both can be fun and rewarding to produce, and both have their advantages and disadvantages.
- click the memory scrapbook link to see some examples and the differences