Latest Updates – Baby Loss Awareness Week

The latest Baby Loss Awareness News

Looking after the partners of people who have experienced pregnancy or baby loss is something that everyone can help do – friends, family, health professionals and colleagues. ​ Partners often feel they have to be strong and keep their feelings hidden, or that their wellbeing isn't important. They can often be sidelined by pregnancy, maternity or...

Throughout the pandemic, those working on the frontline have not only had to face the personal impact of lockdown and changing restrictions, but also its effect on the way they carry out their important jobs. Increased pressures on services, alongside the added stress restrictions have had on parents, made supportive...

Baby Loss Awareness Week is a wonderful way for everyone in society to acknowledge the lives of babies gone too soon, as well as raise awareness of the needs of bereaved families. With the fantastic growth in the numbers of people getting involved, it is important to acknowledge that more people will need to be mindful of the impact such an intense time spent talking, reading, watching or listening to stories of loss can have on their wellbeing.