The lovely Rob Delaney was interviewed by Russell Howard about his grief and his beautiful memories of Henry as he approaches his one-year anniversary.
SLOW has five places at the Royal Parks Half Marathon on 13th October 2019.
Rob Delaney gives a truthful and powerful portrayal of his son’s illness and death in the Sunday Times
My arms no longer ache like those first hours, but they are still empty – I am a mother without a baby. Fiona Crack set out on a journey to meet other mothers who had experienced such a loss as her and the stories of five remarkable women are here.
Actor, Rob Delaney, lost his 2-year-old son, Henry, in January 2018. Here he writes honestly and poignantly about Henry’s illness and treatment.
Annabelle Williams and James Galilee are fundraising for SLOW at the Royal Parks Half Marathon on Sunday 14th October 2018
“As you change your relationship with grief – by changing how you respond to, cope with, and conceptualize grief – you will likely also find hope and healing”
A survey carried out by SANDs has reported that ‘Two out of five parents who went back to work after their baby died said no-one talked to them about their loss’.
SLOW Patrons, Jason Watkins and Clara Francis talk to the Guardian about losing their daughter Maude, aged two and a half.
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.
Dr. Anna Poulson is preaching on Radio 4’s Morning Service for Mothering Sunday, considering her own experience of motherhood in a reflection of “And a sword shall pierce your heart too”. This is part of Radio 4’s Lent series, “Alone and Together”.
On November 9th 2015, SLOW was invited to take part in an All Party Parliamentary Group Round Table to discuss ‘The Arts and Palliative Care, Dying and Bereavement’
Nic Whitworth writes about the early stages of grief and how the death of your child involves irreversible life changes for you, for your family and for all those around you.
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.
Jason Watkins appeared on ITV’s Good Morning Britain to talk about Sepsis and the launch of a pocket guide for parents by the UK Sepsis Trust.