Kids Care addresses the issues and needs of young people who have lost a loved one to cancer. The film, which is divided into eleven chapters, features a memorable group of young people who are learning to cope with the death of a parent, sibling, cousin or best friend. Through their compelling first-hand stories, Kids Care offers a range of learning opportunities for high school students, including: how children and their families and friends are impacted by illness and death, how friends can help those who are grieving, and the role of culture and religion in the grieving process.
The Curriculum Guides: Each course guide features a five to six day set of lessons exploring the issues of illness, death and the grieving. All blackline masters, assessment tools and resource lists are included. Please view the attachments below for more information.