In a new study scheduled for publication in The Journal of Pediatrics, researchers surveyed bereaved parents and found that pediatric end-of-life care needs improvement. This article looks at Swedish research about the experience of parents and siblings with the care and support they received with the loss of a child and found there was […]
Archive | May, 2016
This is going to be a great event and it’s to help 2 great charities. SLOW and Sepsis Trust. It’s a chance to celebrate the joy going dancing on a Saturday night and just enjoy yourselves. For those feeling generous, there is the added attraction of being able to select the tracks played, for a cash […]
This article talks about the difficulty many parents who have lost a baby to SIDS, can find in getting information on what happened and any reasons as to why. Researchers found some pediatricians feared that discussing risk factors with parents would result in parental self-blame but not knowing for most is worse. all of […]
Tim has written about the loss of Naomi and his experience of managing to continue through the grief. The article was published in this Tuesday’s Telegraph and you can read the article here. He also talks about the help from Helen and Douglas House and also the support group for bereaved dads he started.
We came across this article How does grief cause physical pain on the BBC site. It talks about research into the physical effects of grief, something as bereaved parents many of us experience every day. “Words like “heartache”, “hurt” and “pain” are often used to describe emotional trauma. But people affected by grief often say they experience […]