Supporting & communicating with traumatised children

Pictured left to right, are Jean Taylor and DC Sara Muscatelli.

Brave Jean Taylor turned the grief she felt at the shattering death of her daughter Chantel into a charity called O.L.L.Y (Our Lost Loved Years) where Merseyside children who have had a homicide in their family, can share activities, days out and most of all, their feelings.
And with funding and support from The Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership, Jean’s new illustrated tome about a loveable penguin facing loss, “The Journey”, will now be distributed to police officers and others working with the children of murder victims.

One of the chief aims of the project is to prevent those whom Jean calls “forgotten victims” from falling through the cracks and becoming embroiled in violence, themselves.

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