The Happy Hollisters and the Old Clipper Ship (The Happy Hollisters, No. 12)

by Jerry West

Other authorsHelen S. Hamilton (Illustrator)
Hardcover, 1956

Status

Available

Call number

823.91

Genres

Collection

Publication

Garden City Books (1956), Edition: First Edition

Description

For many bereaved parents, the care provided by health professionals at birth from midwives to antenatal teachers has a crucial effect on their response to a loss or death. This interactive workbook is clearly applied to practice and has been designed to help practitioners deliver effective bereavement care. Providing care to grieving parents can be demanding, difficult and stressful, with many feeling ill equipped to provide appropriate help. Equipping the reader with fundamental skills to support childbearing women, partners and families who have experienced childbirth-related bereavement, this book outlines: What bereavement is and the ways in which it can be experienced in relation to pregnancy and birth Sensitive and supportive ways of delivering bad news to childbearing women, partners and families Models of grieving How to identify when a bereaved parent may require additional support from mental health experts Ongoing support available for bereaved women, their partners and families The impact on practitioners and the support they may require How to assess and tailor care to accommodate a range of spiritual and religious beliefs about death. Written by two highly educated, experienced midwifery lecturers, this practical and evidence-based workbook is a valuable resource for all midwives, neonatal nurses and support workers who work with women in the perinatal period. This book is suitable as a text for BSc and MSc courses in Midwifery; BScs courses in Paediatric Nursing; and for neonatal and bereavement counselling courses. "… (more)

User reviews

LibraryThing member jbarr5
The Happy Hollisters and the Old Clipper Ship (Happy Hollisters, #12)
This story starts out with a storm and tree falling on the car parked near their house. the kids were playing in the attic, a movie about clipper ships.
The tale from the Hawaiian man about proving an inheritance has the kids
Show More
wanting to help him. Love the hand drawn sketches.
They make some smart moves as Tom gets his photos back. Someone is out to steal them from him. They go out of their way to make things difficult for the family in everything they do.
The movie actors show up and after an exciting dinner invite the family to be in the movie about clipper ships in Orient Harbor, MA.
They find a lot of clues and piece things together. Love the sketches and learning all about the sails. we have sailed our remote control boats but only had 2 sails to worry about.
So fascinating to learn so much about their adventures.
Show Less
Page: 0.2127 seconds