Despite its frequency, there is very little public perception of the devastating impact of Stillbirth, Neonatal Death, Miscarriage & Medical Termination on parents, their families and friends. We are here to help and break the taboo associated with the loss of a baby.
The Funds that we receive help us to provide:
Sunday 7th Feb 2010 a day that should have brought so much joy, but instead brought so much pain and sadness. The days we questioned why? Why us? Why Lily Mae? A little girl so innocent, so vulnerable and so small. Our little girl, taken from us within the blink of an eye.... (read more)
The Foundation now offers a comprehensive and unique range of supporting programmes to bereaved parents, their families and friends and to the medical and social care professions.
The supporting programmes that we offer are organised and developed as a result of the regular conversations, feedback and reviews that The Foundation carries out with bereaved parents and families and with representatives of the medical and social care professions.
Those affected by the loss of a baby at any stage can meet
with a Bereavement Support Worker on a one-to-one basis.
Parents and family members come together in an informal and relaxed environment to share experiences and to support each other.DETAILS
The Memory Boxes are given to bereaved parents to enable them
to collect and store immediately precious memories of their baby.
We offer an opportunity for pregnant women and their partners to gain continuity of care and support throughout their pregnancy.DETAILS
A monthly group for those bereaved parents who have had a rainbow baby after a loss and for those women who are pregnant again.DETAILS
The 'Still Parents' podcast talks openly and honestly to men who have suffered the devastating loss of a baby.DETAILS
Our Sibling Support Packs are given to those bereaved siblings to help them understand the loss and to create memories of their baby brother or sister.DETAILS
The Foundation provides ongoing training and support to Midwives, Trainee Midwives and other Heath and Social Care Professionals.DETAILS
Our first Sibling Support Day, for children aged between 5 and 16 years who have lost a baby brother or sister, will take place on Wednesday 24th August 2022 from 10.00am to 4.00pm at Hatton Country World, Warwickshire.
The Day will enable the children to meet and share with others who have suffered the same loss and be supported, if necessary, by counsellors from Guy’s Gift, a local child bereavement support charity.During the Day the children will take part in a number of fun activities to include indoor and outdoor play, animal feeding & petting and a craft workshop.The Day is free of charge.
You just need to bring your own packed lunch. A responsible adult must accompany the child or children attending.We have forty places available for children on a first come first served basis.
If you would to join us, please click the 'Register here' tab and provide the following information:
• Name/s of the child/children
• The date of birth of each child.
• Name/s of responsible adult/s attending.
• Full postal address, with postcode.
• Telephone number of the responsible adult.
We look forward to receiving your request to take part in this first, of what we hope will be a regular, Sibling Support Day.
Our Staff and Trustees share a genuine desire and passion to support parents and families living locally and to break the taboo surrounding the loss of a baby. Their hard work and dedication is our Foundation’s strength.meet our team
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