Being A Support System Following Pregnancy Loss
Following pregnancy or infant loss, it isn't just parents who are impacted. Often friends, loved ones, and even colleagues find themselves in a position where they want to show support but need guidance on where to get started. Parents of loss often find that they are not in the emotional position to articulate their own needs. Loved Ones' biggest fears surround not knowing what to say or do to be most helpful. Being A Support System Following Pregnancy Loss offers practical guidance on ways to show support and avoid the pitfalls of saying or doing the wrong thing. It is also designed as a tool parents can use to communicate with those seeking to support them.
Whether you are a parent of loss, or a loved one, we hope this resource offers the guidance you are searching for.
Being A Support System Following Pregnancy Loss was created with input from Aimee Vantine, former Children’s and Women’s Bereavement Program Manager at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital.