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Course 5T - Quiz 7

 

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1)
MOVING ALONG TO Part 7 (Study Guide 7): This final quiz in Course 5T tests your understanding of research data collected from 1004 adults who lost a parent through death when they were children, published in 2017 by the New York Life Foundation (NYLF). The survey was administered by Pollara Strategic Insights to 1,004 Americans including 587 Millennials/Gen Xers who had lost a parent before age 20. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) provides a link to NYLF's research publications.

When adults in this study were asked how long it took before they could be happy again and/or move forward after the death of a parent, the mean time (i.e., the AVERAGE time) among those who lost a parent growing up was _____ years, and the most common response was 'I’ve never been okay with my loss.' (30%)
 
1 year
3.5 years
2 years
6+ years
 
2)
72% of survey respondents said that they didn’t know how to talk about what they were going through when their parent died, and 65% said that after their parent died, they felt like there was no one they could talk to.
 
True False
 
3)
______% of those who had lost a parent growing up said that their school was well prepared to help them when they returned to the classroom.
 
75%
60%
25%
 
4)
81% of respondents believe that schools should be better prepared with resources to support grieving students.
 
True False
 
5)
Only 31% of respondents said that a teacher or administrator or counselor sought them out to offer help after their parent died.
 
True False
 
6)
_________% of respondents believe that social media has helped to open the dialogue about death and loss.
 
25%
98%
50%
 
7)
_______ % report that it was hard to balance the needs of their surviving parent with their own grief process.
 
33%
47%
62%
 

 

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