“What happens when a relative is sent to prison: A booklet for children aged 4 – 11” is a helpful resource designed to explain the impact and changes that occur when a parent or relative is incarcerated. This booklet is specifically created for children in primary school, aged between 4 and 11, to provide them with age-appropriate information and support during this challenging time.
The booklet uses simple language and illustrations to help children understand what it means for their loved one to be in prison. It addresses common questions and concerns that children may have, offering explanations and reassurance. The additional notes at the bottom of each page provide guidance to the reader, assisting them in addressing any further queries or emotions that may arise.
By using this booklet, children can gain a better understanding of the situation, reduce feelings of confusion or fear, and find comfort in knowing that they are not alone in their experience. It serves as a valuable tool for caregivers and professionals to facilitate open and supportive discussions with children about their relative’s imprisonment, helping them navigate through this difficult time with understanding and compassion.
FREE DOWNLOAD OF WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A RELATIVE IS SENT TO PRISON: A BOOKLET FOR CHILDREN AGED 4 – 11