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International Kindness Project

The International Kindness Project

The Kindness Project began in 1996 as a way for families to honor their deceased child and to help themselves heal. Now, years later, almost 2,000,000 (yes, two million!) Kindness Project cards have been used around the world to perform random acts of kindness in memory of a child, parent, friend, or spouse who died before their time.
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Safer Pregnancy Website

The Safer Pregnancy website has been developed by Sands the UK-based stillbirth and neonatal death charity.
Movements Matter

Movements Matter Campaign Video

  UK charity Tommys have created a Movements Matter…

Five Hours With Raja: A Choice of Love (DVD)

This documentary is an intimate, confronting story which…

Pregnancy - Your Baby's Movements and What They Mean (Brochure)

  The Australia and NZ Stillbirth Alliance (ANZSA)…

Stillbirth


International Kindness Project

The International Kindness Project

The Kindness Project began in 1996 as a way for families to honor their deceased child and to help themselves heal. Now, years later, almost 2,000,000 (yes, two million!) Kindness Project cards have been used around the world to perform random acts of kindness in memory of a child, parent, friend, or spouse who died before their time.

Perinatal Hospice (Online video)

This is a video created by Tammy Ruiz, a nurse in Washington…
When Your Baby Dies Resource

Bring Your Baby Home Website

This site was created to inform bereaved families and the family, friends and health professionals who support them of the option for families to bring their stillborn or deceased baby home for time with the family and/ or a home funeral.

The Deafening Silence - Stillbirth Through a Mother's Eyes (Online Video)

A film commissioned by the UK charity Abigail’s Footsteps…

Products of Conception (Article)

  This is a very good article on '...well-meaning…

Stillbirth News Giving by Medical Providers. Reduce Fears. Respect Mothers.

Doctors, midwives and other healthcare providers might find this…

Perinatal & Neonatal


International Kindness Project

The International Kindness Project

The Kindness Project began in 1996 as a way for families to honor their deceased child and to help themselves heal. Now, years later, almost 2,000,000 (yes, two million!) Kindness Project cards have been used around the world to perform random acts of kindness in memory of a child, parent, friend, or spouse who died before their time.

Nurses Grieve Too: Insights into Experiences with Perinatal Loss (Online Video)

Nurses Grieve Too: Insights into Experiences with Perinatal Loss…

Perinatal Hospice (Online video)

This is a video created by Tammy Ruiz, a nurse in Washington…

Bereavement


International Kindness Project

The International Kindness Project

The Kindness Project began in 1996 as a way for families to honor their deceased child and to help themselves heal. Now, years later, almost 2,000,000 (yes, two million!) Kindness Project cards have been used around the world to perform random acts of kindness in memory of a child, parent, friend, or spouse who died before their time.

New Postmortem Resource for Bereaved Parents

This is an accessible resource for bereaved parents who are considering a postmortem for their baby. Lisa Paraku from the PMMRC and I collaborated to create this video to assist health professionals when dealing with families and whanau.

Nurses Grieve Too: Insights into Experiences with Perinatal Loss (Online Video)

Nurses Grieve Too: Insights into Experiences with Perinatal Loss…

Five Hours With Raja: A Choice of Love (DVD)

This documentary is an intimate, confronting story which…

A Tribute to Tabitha-Rose: Stories of Baby and Infant Loss in NZ (Book)

Sands Wellington-Hutt Valley has produced a new resource for…
When Your Baby Dies Resource

Bring Your Baby Home Website

This site was created to inform bereaved families and the family, friends and health professionals who support them of the option for families to bring their stillborn or deceased baby home for time with the family and/ or a home funeral.

Dealing with Death Every Day (Online article)

This essay by Kimberly Condon originally appeared in "I Wasn't…

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International Kindness Project

The International Kindness Project

The Kindness Project began in 1996 as a way for families to honor their deceased child and to help themselves heal. Now, years later, almost 2,000,000 (yes, two million!) Kindness Project cards have been used around the world to perform random acts of kindness in memory of a child, parent, friend, or spouse who died before their time.

Why Compassionate Care Saves Time, Money and Lives (Online Video)

In November 2012 Dr Robin Youngson gave a lecture at Stanford…

Compassion and the True Meaning of Empathy (Video)

Buddhist roshi Joan Halifax works with people at the last stage…