Tell us about good care
Your experiences of pregnancy and baby loss: How did someone help you?
During Baby Loss Awareness Week, we wanted to raise awareness of what good care looks like to parents who have experienced the death of a baby. This could be anything, a few sensitive words or a small gesture. It could be from anyone: a friend, family member, midwife or colleague. We have collected a range of stories as examples of good care.
If you’d like to take part, please read through our guidelines below and send us your story by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to time constraints we are unable to respond to all emails, however we will publish all stories that follow the guidelines set out below.
Word count: Your story can be as short as you like, however we do ask that submissions are no longer than 150 words.
Content: This section of the Baby Loss Awareness Week website is a place for people affected by the death of a baby to share their experiences in a safe, online environment. Therefore we cannot accept any content that makes negative reference to specific individuals or organisations by name. This includes NHS Trusts, private healthcare organisations, non-profit organisations or healthcare professionals.
Originality of content: You agree that any content you offer for inclusion on the Baby Loss Awareness website is your original content that you have the express right and permission to license to us, does not infringe or violate any law, rule or regulation or the rights or intellectual property rights of any person or entity (or encourage anyone else to do so).