In Baby Loss Awareness Week, Nikki Peterson,. SLOW’s Bereavement Support Services Manager talks about the loss of her daughter Rosie with The Metro newspaper.
Paul Laity grapples with guilt over his daughter’s death and campaigns for Martha’s Rule
SLOW Patrons, Jason Watkins and Clara Francis, feature in an ITV documentary bravely retelling Maude’s devastating story.
If you have lost a sibling through accidental death, homicide or suicide at least 2 years ago and are aged 18-25, could you help with bereaved sibling research?
Come join our SLOW Royal Parks Half Marathon Team! In 2023 we are hoping to support more bereaved families than ever, so we’d be thrilled if you could run and fundraise for SLOW.
SLOW is looking for bereaved parent and bereaved sibling facilitators to run our support meetings.
We are working with the University of Hertfordshire to understand how grief changes over time and what has helped bereaved parents.
SLOW is introducing a new weekly face to face support group for bereaved parents in North London.
In SLOW member Rob Delaney’s new book, he writes about the death of his son, Henry: ‘the heaviest pain in the world’.
SLOW member, Merope Mills speaks of the “blind faith” she had in doctors and learned too late how to save her child life.
We want hear from our bereaved parent members about their experiences of attending our support groups both online and in person so we are working with the University of Hertfordshire to evaluate our groups.
Our bereaved adult sibling group are meeting in London on Saturday 9th July 2022
SLOW celebrated its 15th anniversary with an afternoon tea party at the Ecology Centre on 25th June 2022.
On the National Day of Reflection, let’s come together and acknowledge those who have died.
On Saturday 19th March we ran our SLOWsibs workshop, in person, for the first time in a year.