Exciting new job opportunity with seesaw

We are looking for a capable administrator to support the clinical team with the delivery of our service to families. To find out more click here



Following the latest public health guidance, we are currently reviewing which elements of our service we can safely resume and when we can do this.

We are continuing to provide information, advice, and support to families and professionals through telephone and email contact, as well as our social media content, while we look at reintroducing some face to face meetings.

We also have online training modules available for schools and professionals.

If you would like to talk to someone about support for a bereaved child, or request our remote training modules, please contact us in the first instance by emailing us at info@seesaw.org.uk and including a contact number. Our team will then contact you by phone or email to discuss how we may be able to offer support. 

For fundraising enquiries please email our fundraising team at fundraiser@seesaw.org.uk 

This new website is still under construction but over the next few weeks we will be adding clinical content including information advice and resources. In the meantime, we are regularly posting on our social media sites which you can follow through the links at the bottom of the page. 

Thank you for your understanding and continued support. We hope you continue to stay safe and well. 

All about SeeSaw

SeeSaw provides grief support for children, young people and their families in Oxfordshire.  Through appropriate and timely support, SeeSaw can help to reduce the emotional, psychological and mental health consequences of bereavement.  Young people are then able to face the future with hope.

SeeSaw offers:

  • Telephone consultations to any parent or professional who is concerned about a bereaved child.
  • Home visits to families to assess their needs and talk about ways in which SeeSaw might be able to help.
  • Tailored individual support for children and young people when needed. This often involves one-to-one sessions with a support worker and takes place where the child is most comfortable – in their own home.
  • Specialist support to families and professionals when a parent or sibling is dying.
  • Family events and activity days which enable children, young people and their families to meet together in a fun and relaxed way.
  • Information and training to school staff when they are supporting a bereaved child in the classroom or managing a death in the school community.
  • Training, consultancy and resources to professionals working with bereaved children and young people.