The Bereavement Care Network is a free online resource for professionals who provide, or have an interest in, bereavement care for parents whose baby dies.
Whether you decide to sleep your babies in the same cot or separately, the risk of SIDS will be greatly reduced if you follow all of our safer sleep advice for each baby, day and night
The Lullaby Trust has a range of publications that provide support and advice.
We have put together these resources to share how bereavement and grief can be affected by this pandemic
Some research suggests that using a dummy when putting a baby down to sleep could reduce the risk of SIDS but it is advised to wait until after breastfeeding is established
A survey commissioned by charity The Lullaby Trust has found that over 55% of parents are unsure of the basic steps they can take to lower the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
There are approximately 230 unexplained infant deaths of babies and young children every year in the UK. Research has shown that several parental and infant care factors are more frequently associated with babies who die of SIDS, than with those who survive.
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).
We offer support to all families who have lost a baby or young child
Miles in Memory is a special remembrance event, where families across the country walk to remember someone special.Nationwide