Each year the 9-15 October is Baby Loss Awareness Week and throughout the week bereaved parents, family members and friends can commemorate the all-too-brief lives of their babies, knowing that thousands of other families elsewhere in the world will be doing the same. The week also provides a crucial opportunity for people to talk openly about the subject of and raise awareness of baby loss.
“Like lots of other people in this sad situation, acknowledgement was what we were seeking and to those who gave that and asked about our babies and our experiences, I will always be grateful.”
Join us October 15 2017
Everyone is invited to take part in this global event to remember all the babies that have died during pregnancy, at, during or after birth.
Support baby loss awareness week
Many of the charities involved in promoting Baby Loss Awareness Week 2017 have the awareness pin badge available to buy.
How did someone help you?
We want to raise awareness of the issues surrounding the death of the baby and highlight how people can help parents whose baby has died.
Baby loss issues in the UK
Baby loss affects up to one in five families in the UK. We are working to improve bereavement care in hospitals and in the community.
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