Community Presentations

    Community Presentations


Grief Education and Advocacy

Whether it’s a school assembly, parent workshop, professional training, or community event, our presentations are adaptable to suit the specific needs and interests of each audience. By collaborating with Rainbows for All Children, community organizations can access valuable resources and expertise to better support grieving children and teens in their community. 


Rainbows for All Children offers presentations tailored to meet the unique needs of various community groups.

Our presentations:

  • Raise awareness about the importance of supporting grieving youth.
  • Provide valuable insights and practical strategies for families, educators, mental health professionals, children, teens, and other community members.
  • Presentations are given both in person and virtually.
  • Cover a range of topics related to childhood grief, trauma, and resilience.
  • Use interactive discussions, storytelling, and multimedia resources.
  • Help participants gain a deeper understanding of the impact of loss on young people.
  • Teach how to create supportive environments that foster healing and growth. 

For Students

“Feelings are Healing” Assembly

This engaging and interactive presentation focuses on helping students:

  • Manage and discover their emotions.
  • Develop coping strategies.
  • Navigate the challenges of grief and loss.
  • Valuable skills for understanding and expressing their emotions in healthy ways. 

In our world, children are likely to be exposed to traumatic or sad events more frequently. Our elementary student assembly is specially designed for schools where students have experienced loss, grief, or trauma. We will open the conversation around grief and the children’s experiences, so they know they are not alone.

Our goal is to provide students with the tools and resources they need to navigate difficult emotions and build resilience in the face of adversity. By equipping students with these essential skills, we can help create a supportive and nurturing environment where every child feels valued and supported. 

For Educators and Advocates

“Adverse Childhood Experiences” 

  • Recommended for:  conferences, teacher and social work informational sessions, mental health seminars, parent groups 

Our Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) presentation offers important information of the impact of early-life trauma on child development and long-term health outcomes. Delivered by experienced facilitators, this presentation is designed for adults who work with or care for children and families, including educators, healthcare professionals, social workers, non-profit organizations, and community leaders. 

During the presentation, participants will gain:

  • A deeper understanding of ACEs and their prevalence, as well as the ways in which childhood trauma can shape behavior, learning, and overall well-being.
  • Helpful techniques to support children who experience ACEs.
  • The ability to recognize the signs of trauma in young people and provide trauma-informed care and support. 

Topics covered include:

  • The neurological effects of trauma.
  • The relationship between ACEs and adverse health outcomes.
  • Evidence-based strategies for mitigating the impact of childhood trauma. 

By attending this presentation, participants will be better equipped to create safe and supportive environments that promote resilience and healing for children who have experienced adversity. 

For Businesses

“Grief in the Workplace” 

  • Provides a comprehensive understanding of how grief impacts employees and organizations. This presentation covers topics such as recognizing signs of grief in the workplace, supporting grieving colleagues, managing emotions, and fostering a compassionate and supportive work environment. Through guided activities and discussions, participants learn practical strategies to navigate grief while maintaining productivity and well-being in the workplace.