Loving Your Baby is a practical and comprehensive guide filled with valuable knowledge and understanding written by a bereaved mother. It is designed to help parents and professionals navigate the early moments and days surrounding a child’s death.
Grouping of all materials needed for Joann O'Leary's class on “Pregnancy's Unexpected Outcomes - Death, Disabilities, and the Impact on Parents and Children: A Guide for Practitioners” as sponsored by the Center for Early Education and Development.
The author combines psychological and sociological research with information gathered from interviewing bereaved families into a description of parents' new lives after the death of a child.
Grouping of all materials needed for Joann O'Leary's class on “Pregnancy and Birth” as sponsored by the Center for Early Education and Development.
“The Midwife & the Bereaved Family” was written for midwives, by a midwife, author Jane Warland.
“The Perfect Stranger's Guide to Funerals and Grieving Practices: A Guide to Etiquette in Other People's Religious” is THE handbook for how to respond in an appropriate way when someone dies—no matter what their faith or denomination.
Helping families heal, and health professionals provide support, is what "When A Baby Dies: A Handbook For Healing and Helping," is all about.
For bereavement caregivers who want to start and run an effective grief support group for adults.
Ever wanted to start a good support group and didn’t quite know how? Referring to Six Simple Weeks is a great way to get you started.
Loss During Pregnancy or in the Newborn Period, Principles of Care With Clinical Cases and Analyses