This Safer Sleep week, The Lullaby Trust, Public Health England, Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative and Basis (Baby Sleep Info Source, Durham University) have collaborated to create a range of resources for parents and health professionals.
Bereaved mum Kirsty tells the story of her son, Lewin, who sadly died at just three and a half months old.
The Lullaby Trust is delighted to be working in partnership with Teddy’s Wish to support bereaved families having a baby after their bereavement.
Every year, Jessica organises a Miles in Memory walk in memory of her daughter, Millie Grace.
Catriona hosted a Miles in Memory walk in memory of her son, Ezio who died of SIDS aged 33 days.
Every year, Leanne organises a Miles in Memory Westie Walk in memory of her sons.
The Lullaby Trust has expressed deep concern as rates of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) increase for the first time in 3 years, according to figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The rate fell in 2014 and 2015 following an increase in 2013, which was the first since 2008.
The Lullaby Trust has developed Baby Check, a free app that helps parents test their baby for different signs of illness and determine how unwell they are.
Rates of infant mortality have shown an increase in England and Wales according to figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Articles regarding bed-sharing have appeared in a number of news outlets. Here is our response.
A new bill offering statutory paid leave to employed parents who have lost a child was proposed in Parliament yesterday (19 July 2017).
An excellent opportunity for any professional with an interest in supporting young parents. Reflect on and improve your practice to reach young parents effectively and creatively.