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Barriers to accessing care – new survey

10th January 2022

Many of you will have heard or read about health inequalities in maternity services and how that affects pregnancy outcomes, including rates of miscarriage and stillbirth. As part of a new Maternity Consortium, fellow charities Sands and Tommy’s have launched a survey to understand the experiences of pregnant women and those who have given birth […]

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Here for you this festive season

9th December 2021

We know that facing the festive season can sometimes be a struggle for those who have been through pregnancy loss. At a time when children are often at the forefront of everyone’s minds, many of you will be thinking about your lost babies and what might have been. You might already be thinking about ways […]

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Employers urged to take our Pregnancy Loss Pledge

6th September 2021

Our new campaign urges workplaces to commit to supporting employees through the distress of miscarriage. We are encouraging businesses and organisations to take the Pregnancy Loss Pledge to ensure that staff experiencing pregnancy loss get the support and time off they need. By taking the pledge, organisations agree to meet the M.A.’s standard, which asks […]

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Pregnancy loss cards

8th June 2021

It can be tough to find the words to express sympathy after a friend, family member or colleague has experienced a miscarriage. Often the most appropriate cards on offer are blank – which can still leave people lost for words. So we’re pleased to let you know that we’ve teamed up with the Card Factory […]

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The power of sharing

2nd December 2020

When Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex published an article in the New York Times last week, sharing her experience of miscarriage, it sparked a huge wave of media coverage. As we responded to calls and emails seeking comment, case studies and background information, it wasn’t difficult to note the common themes: Should high profile people […]

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