At SLOW we know that your grief cannot be fixed, and we do not strive to ‘make things better’.
Instead we give you space and support, so that you may, in your own time, slowly rebuild your life.
In this way, we believe there is hope to be found in connecting with other bereaved parents, relief in sharing the pain of grief, and company in bearing the unbearable, alongside others who are living with the death of their child.
Whether it’s weeks, months or years since your child died you’ll be welcome here at SLOW. Find a support group near you.
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Recent articles from the SLOW blog
SLOW Patrons, Jason Watkins and Clara Francis talk to the Guardian about losing their daughter Maude, aged two and a half.read more
Tim Whitworth’s article, published in The Telegraph, about the loss of Naomi and his experience of managing to continue through the grief. He also writes about how he found help from Helen and Douglas House and started a support group for bereaved dads.read more
Kat Roberts, the writer of the play ‘Staying Alive’ caught up with Nicola Whitworth, from bereaved parent support group SLOW. Nicola helped Kat with her research in writing Staying Alive: this kind of in-depth research is part of why Staying Alive is such a remarkable piece of theatre.read more
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SLOW is an award-winning bereavement charity, based in London. Please get in touch if you’d like to find out about our London meetings.
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