Here are some
Health Professionals’ Stories.


Being a health professional supporting parents through a bereavement is perhaps like no other job. We at LOLA know from our own experience just how challenging that role can be and vital you are to parents in need of your expertise and support.

If you feel you’d like extra information on supporting parents who are experiencing a stillbirth, you can find some here.

You can also check these websites, where people who have suffered the loss of a baby share their own experience of loss.

SANDSARChttp://www.facesofloss.com and http://www.glowinthewoods.com

These are a range of blogs and parent voices – covering different ages and causes of baby and child death, and health professionals working with families who have experienced baby loss may find them helpful.

http://www.edspire.co.uk/

https://thinkingofoscar.com/blog/

https://dear-orla.com/

https://thelegacyofleo.com/

https://amotherwithoutachild.com/

https://shoeboxfullofmemories.wordpress.com/resources/

https://shoeboxfullofmemories.wordpress.com/

www.mygailblog.wordpress.com

http://stillbirthstories.org/

https://grievewellblog.wordpress.com/

http://carlymarieprojectheal.com/healing/information-for-healthcare-professionals