Life After PPROM 

Please contact our Little Heartbeats Facebook page by private message for the link to Life After PPROM closed support group to support you through your PPROM baby loss journey 

Contact link here:-

Daddy's with Angels 

Daddy's with Angels provides free online support, advice and friendship to families following the loss of a child of ANY gestation or age and By ANY cause or reason. We are based in Northampton UK, but support families all over the world. Whilst our primary aim is supporting dads and other male family members following the loss of a child, we also have a families group where all adult family members can get some support. Our website is: www.dadyswithangels.org

 

Forget me not's & Rainbows

North West Forget Me Nots & Rainbows is a local group who support any member of the family who has been affected by the loss of a baby, during pregnancy, at birth or afterwards. We are there for you regardless of how long ago the bereavement was. We also offer support to those who have a pregnancy after a loss.
Our friendly and relaxed meetings are an opportunity for you to meet with others who have been through a similar experience. We work closely with hospitals within our area to provide families with the best possible aftercare.
For further information about our meetings please get in touch, by clicking on our logo above or email NWForgetmenotsandrainbows@virginmedia or 

Baby Loss Support 

 

If you have recently lost a baby, there is support out there, these are some of the organisations out there 

Sands Australia 

Sands National Support Line:

1300 0 72637

Sands is the miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal death charity. We operate across Australia, supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby; working to improve the care bereaved parents receive by healthcare professionals and breaking the silence and taboo of baby death in today's society.

Sands volunteers offer a real sense of understanding and hope; they too have been through the devastating loss of a baby.

An estimated one in four pregnancies (103,000) ends in miscarriage in Australia each year, while approximately 3,000 babies are either stillborn or die in the first 28 days after birth. Despite the fact that the death of a baby affects so many Australians, it remains a topic that is rarely spoken about in public.

 

 

Sands UK 

Helpline, 0808 164 3332

Sands is the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. We operate throughout the UK, supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby, working to improve the care bereaved parents receive, and promoting research to reduce the loss of babies’ lives.Sands is the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. We operate throughout the UK, supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby, working to improve the care bereaved parents receive, and promoting research to reduce the loss of babies’ lives.

Through the Heart

Through the Heart provides Comfort Kits free of charge to individuals or couples who have recently suffered a pregnancy loss. Each kit comes full of items to pamper you including personal care items, sweet and savoury snacks, and a Redbox movie rental code. Information about our organisation and a handwritten note from our co-founder are also included to add a personal touch. While nothing can take away the pain of a loss, it is our hope that this kit will provide some distraction during a difficult time and provide resources to begin healing.Through the Heart provides Comfort Kits free of charge to individuals or couples who have recently suffered a pregnancy loss. Each kit comes full of items to pamper you including personal care items, sweet and savoury snacks, and a Redbox movie rental code. Information about our organisation and a handwritten note from our co-founder who also included to add a personal touch. While nothing can take away the pain of a loss, it is our hope that this kit will provide some distraction during a difficult time and provide resources to begin healing. Contact:- www.throughtheheart.org

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