Perinatal social worker Kenna Hamm, LMSW, shares how a palliative care birth plan can help ensure that your wishes for your baby are honored.
Starting Your Journey
Stephanie and Andy share what carrying their daughter, Grace, to term taught them about life, love, and being parents.
Dr. Shannon Abikhaled explains her role as a doctor: to support the decision of the parents.
How do you make the most of your time with your little one while caring for your wife and self? Andy shares how he learned to live in each moment.
Perinatal Social Worker, Kenna Hamm, talks through the resources and medical professionals that can help parents navigate this very emotional time.
An explanation of providers and their potential role in your journey.
To help you navigate the process of pregnancy continuation and prenatal care, we have created this helpful guide to preparing for appointments following diagnosis.
As the grieving parents, only you will know what you need most during this season.
Not only is sharing the news a chance for your coworkers to walk alongside you and offer support, it is also a form of self-care and advocacy.
First and foremost, you are in control of this part of the carrying to term process. How and when you tell your family and friends about the diagnosis and prognosis for your baby is entirely up to you and your significant other.
Created and designed by parents who know firsthand how difficult this process can be, the Birth Plan Tool helps parents facing a life-limiting prenatal diagnosis feel heard and confident in their decisions on delivery day.