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SUPPORT: OFFER CONCRETE HELP TO GRIEVING PARENTS AT THE HOLIDAYS WITH SAVE

Grieving a baby loss can make holidays challenging for carrying to term families. SAVE — Support, Acknowledge, Validate, and Embrace — is a simple model you can use to help. Wondering how you can care for grieving parents as the holiday season approaches? The good news is that it may be simpler than you think. […]

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SAVE: A SIMPLE MODEL FOR SUPPORTING GRIEVING PARENTS THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS

Grieving a baby loss can make holidays challenging for carrying to term families. SAVE — Support, Acknowledge, Validate, and Embrace — is a simple model you can use to help. For parents facing a prenatal diagnosis of a life-limiting condition or remembering a baby that died, the holiday season can be complicated. Parents may feel […]

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GRIEVING A BABY LOSS: UNDERSTANDING THE COMPLEX NATURE OF INFANT LOSS EXPERIENCES

Families facing loss during pregnancy or shortly after delivery often experience a lifetime of loss — and need supporters who understand the complexities of remembering a lost baby. The day a family receives a prenatal diagnosis of a life-limiting condition, they experience a primary loss. In that moment, life as they knew it, and life […]

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Life-limiting: Understanding the Terminology

To help you fully understand the term life-limiting in the context of prenatal diagnoses, we are providing a deeper understanding into what life-limiting means and why it is the standard terminology.

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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

This day is about pausing to hold space for the babies whose lives ended too soon. It is about entering in and remembering the parents, their love for their child, and their desire to honor that baby.

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