There is probably nothing more disturbing than when a child or teen dies by suicide. Yet, with nearly half of U.S. children with mental health disorders not seeking help for their conditions, chances are that most K-12 school teachers, administrators and security professionals will be forced to deal at one point or another in their careers with students who may have thoughts of taking their own life.
In the aftermath of a suicide, a campus staff member can be impacted physically and mentally just like any responder.
Not only can it impact the employee, it can also impact the employees’ family life in dramatic ways.
In this session, representatives from Littleton Public Schools and the Douglas County School District will share some of their experiences in responding to school emergencies and what happened in the aftermath to them and their families.
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