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We hope that this page can help explain what you might experience now and in the future, in terms of practicalities
We have put together the latest advice on coronavirus (COVID-19) for if you are pregnant or have a young baby.
It is common for parents to feel worried about how any other children will be affected by their sibling’s death. You may be concerned about the difficult task of discussing and explaining the death, especially when you don’t have a reason for how or why it happened.
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The Lullaby Trust has a range of publications that provide support and advice. Some of our leaflets are available in multiple languages.
All our safer sleep information is peer reviewed by our Scientific Advisory Group, who are experts in the field of SIDS and infant health and care practices. We also have a dedicated Grants Committee who assess funding applications.
When someone we love dies, we experience overwhelming feelings of loss and sorrow, which we call grief. When a child dies, it is especially devastating, and is often said to be the most painful experience anyone can go through.
One of our local groups
Signs and symptoms to look out for and how to help prevent infections in babies
Information about the APPG on baby loss