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Sudden and Unexpected Death of an Infant or Young Child
Join other families who have experienced a loss similar to yours. You are not alone. We are here for you.
Hospital to Home is a program operating throughout Australia, providing outreach support within three months of loss to bereaved parents who have experienced the death of a baby or infant through stil...
Fathers of Loss Support Series:
Meet Paul, loving father of five children. His second child, Bernadette, died from SIDS in 1988 at just seven and a half months old.
Paul is a Musician, best know...
Guiding Light Booklets and Brochures
Always Your Child
This volume provides guidance, support and wisdom for those who have lost a child. There is honest recognition of their grief and pain,and of the tragedy inherent in such loss.
Bereavement Support Services Brochure & Information
Red Nose Grief and Loss is aware that people need different kinds of support at different times, so we offer you a range of bereavement support options.
Choices in Arranging a Child’s Funeral
The funeral is the last physical act of caring for your child. It is a time, amid profound grief, when you can acknowledge your child and the meaning your child’s life holds for you and your family.
Sudden Unexpected Death in Childhood
The death of a child is like no other death – it has been described as the ‘ultimate loss’, a loss of hopes and dreams, a loss of part of oneself as a parent, the loss of a role and purpose in society, a loss of a future with your child. This grief is not only painful, but profoundly disorienting – children are not supposed to die.