M.E.N.D. (Mommies Enduring Neonatal Death) is a Christian, non-profit organization that reaches out to families who have suffered the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or early infant death…
Today I'm excited to share with you the final charcoal portrait from our latest giveaway. He is a beautiful baby boy and a joy to memorialize for his parents. I know he will always be loved and missed.
A Small Victory is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing hospitals and other birth professionals with CARE Packages which gently guide newly bereaved parents...
Faith's Lodge is located on 80 acres of the lush north Wisconsin forest. With eight beautifully designed guest suites, each accommodating up-to six people, Faith's Lodge is a wonderful place for bereaved families to reflect and heal.
The Compassionate Friends is a support group dedicated to help families following the death of a child of any age.
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Posted on 06 December 2009
Parents carried baby’s coffin on their knees – Derry Today Parents carried baby’s coffin on their knees – Clutching a tiny white coffin on their knees two devastated Buncrana parents were forced to take a five-hour bus journey to Dublin for an autopsy on their two-week-old baby boy who died … Butit’s not acceptable to [...] Continue Reading
Posted on 23 November 2009
A couple who suffered the devastating loss of six unborn babies in five years are celebrating after the safe arrival of their daughter Amy. Julie and Phil Turnock had almost given up on their dream of having a child after having six miscarriages, including one baby that had to be delivered at 21 weeks. Continue Reading
Posted on 20 November 2009
We would like to thank all of our readers for participating and for making our relaunch such a big success. I am truly humbled by the number of people who participated--the feedback we received was wonderful. Continue Reading
Posted on 18 November 2009
Subsequent Pregnancy After a Loss Support (SPALS) is a closed email-based, community support group that has given thousands of grieving parents a safe and compassionate forum to connect and share experiences with others who know the depths of grieving a child and the fears associated with subsequent pregnancy. Continue Reading
Posted on 18 November 2009
Pressure on understaffed neonatal and maternity units and a lack of funding for research into stillbirth is contributing to the avoidable deaths of almost 500 babies a year, according to researchers. In a report to be presented to the Scottish Parliament today, Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity, claims that the lives of many babies could be saved by improved services and increased funding for research. Continue Reading
Posted on 28 May 2009
A recent study published this week reveals that most hospitals, maternity care staff and physicians are insensitive in dealing with women experiencing pregnancy loss – probably not an unexpected finding to anyone who has lost a child through miscarriage, stillbirth or perinatal death. Continue Reading