theAsianparent is the number one parenting community in Southeast Asia that aims to help parents raise healthy children and families. Available across the Asia Pacific and Africa regions while reaching more than 32 million parents, theAsianparent is on the mission to reduce stillbirths within its parenting community.
FirstLight formerly the Irish Sudden Infant Death Association was established in 1976; it provides crisis intervention and free professional counselling services throughout Ireland to bereaved parents and family members who have suddenly lost a child.
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The Irish Neonatal Health Alliance aims to support families affected by prematurity. This is achieved by advocating for increased awareness, improved pre-conceptual and ante-natal education, equitable and standardized neonatal care, and improved long-term care for both the premature baby and the family.
Our objective, through consultation with global networks of prematurity groups, healthcare professionals, educators, political decision makers and industry stakeholders is to foster the exchange of information, provide education to healthcare professionals and families and with one collective voice, to provide the platform for a coordinated and integrated program of collaborative support in the field of neonatal care in Ireland.
NGO amada Helena offers individual and group support to parents who have lost children at any age, and encourages conversations about parental grief in society.
It also works to educate people about the grieving process, campaigns for changes in societal attitudes towards bereaved parents, fights for their rights and advancement in public policies and encourages discussions of grief in educational environments, healthcare institutions and social care.
Steunpunt Nova is a national, independent support centre for parents who lose their baby at the moment in which welcoming and saying goodbye occur simultaneously.
Also in respect of the caregivers who provide support for those parents. Our desire is to help parents to find guidance in what is often a confusing and emotional time of grieving and loss.
We have developed four Help Cards that will give parents a quick overview of the options to think about. For caregivers, we have provided information regarding perinatal mortality rates, opportunities for training and seminars, articles about perinatal mortality, support in the form of dos and don’ts, recommendations for the physical care of the baby and checklists.