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Charity Spotlight

Supporting maternity teams

Poor teamworking and human factors have consistently been identified as contributary factors within avoidable harm in maternity care in the UK (Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 2021;...

Healing hearts, strengthening lives

Mayah's Legacy provides a range of online resources that are designed to recognise social diversity and cater to different personal and family needs. While pregnancy loss is a difficult journey for...

Residential substance use treatment

‘Without Phoenix Futures' Family Service, it wouldn't be possible to get where I am today. I am so grateful for the life I have now, with hard work and determination, recovery is possible’.

Improving support for social care

Pregnant women and mothers of children under the age of 2 years with involvement from children's social care should receive support that is specialist and continuous during pregnancy, birth and early...

Support for mental health issues

In 2022, PANDAS (2022) supported more than 10 000 parents and carers in need. Demand for our services is now 70% higher than pre-pandemic levels (PANDAS, 2022). There are many reasons for this sharp...

Supporting families during baby loss

Beyond Bea (2023b) launched its new online training platform in 2023, which allows learners to access its training modules at their convenience, working around people's busy life and work or study...

Supporting research on pre-eclampsia

Action on Pre-eclampsia is willing to collaborate with any credible researchers in relevant areas. Recent efforts include defining the most important topics requiring research by The James Lind...

Physiology-informed maternity care

Since 1960, the Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services (AIMS) has campaigned to improve the UK's maternity services

Supporting midwives in tough times

‘I cried a lot…It wasn't what I had planned for my life obviously, and COVID-19 had been exciting enough up until that point! Now I had cancer to deal with at the age of 43 [years].’ .

Trying to conceive

Fertility problems in the UK are common, with up to 15% of couples experiencing subfertility (Manders et al, 2015). Those who have problems trying to conceive can experience stress and anxiety, which...

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