If you are not currently or have never been an employer of a person facing a life-limiting prenatal diagnosis or the loss of their baby, this insight is still helpful for you. After reading this post, I encourage you to consider putting some guidelines in place to ensure that, if the time comes when you do have an employee facing these experiences, you will be ready.
Support and Communication
Like with the doctors and other medical professionals, families look to you, nurses, for information, support, and validation.
Guidelines to consider as you step into a family’s most vulnerable and cherished time.
Guidelines and ideas to consider when you want to give a gift to grieving parents.
Notes and ideas for when it’s hard to know what to say.
When someone you love receives the news that their unborn baby has a life-limiting condition, you might want to drop everything and be by their side to support them. The heart behind that desire is such a gift to these families, and it can be a lifeline for them during the carrying to term process […]
Simple words spoken from a sincere heart is the foundation for communicating well with grieving parents.
In recent years, more support resources have become available for parents experiencing perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and the taboo is beginning to lift.