Children grieve differently than adults. Sue Farnsworth is a counselor with Footprints, which works with 3-to-17 year olds whose loved ones are in Hospice care or who’ve recently died. She says "kids are touch-and-go. They can think about sad things, then go play and have fun." That's partly why Denver Hospice has designed a new space for play and art therapy. It made us want to have a conversation about how young people experience loss, as the pandemic adds an additional layer of grief.