The GAPS project brought together researchers, bereaved parents and policy makers from around the world to define which areas of SUDI research should be prioritised. Here Dr Alexis Willett, who conceived the project, discusses the process and how she hopes it will support the efforts to reduce the rate of sudden infant death worldwide.
Jennifer Fazackerley, whose daughter Jessica Rose died of SIDS aged 10 months ran the London Marathon for The Lullaby Trust in 2018. Here, she tells her story.
Rates of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) have shown another decrease in England and Wales according to figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Jennifer and Chris Reid are parents of Edward, who sadly died from SIDS at 3 months old, and founders of Teddy's Wish. Here, they explain why the GAPS project is so important to them
We are working in partnership with other baby charities and professional bodies to improve the quality of care that bereaved parents receive when their baby dies.
Pediatrics, the journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, today published a paper from The Lullaby Trust and partner international organisations, which sets out new global priorities for tackling sudden unexpected death in infancy (SUDI).
A new bill offering statutory paid leave to employed parents who have lost a child was proposed in Parliament yesterday (19 July 2017).
Our young parents project has been recognised by Civil Society Media
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Bereaved dad Robert Weeks talks about the loss of his daughter Sophia Rose to SIDS in January 2012
Bereaved grandmother Sue Shannon-Jones shares her story of losing granddaughter Kira Louise to SIDS in 2004