Child Bereavement UK is recognised as the leading provider of training to professionals working with bereaved families, and we have a range of courses specifically related to supporting parents and families:
Supporting parents through pregnancy loss and the death of a baby
Explore the impact that pregnancy loss and the death of a baby can have on a family, and help professionals feel better prepared to support these families.
The challenges of supporting parents through the neonatal experience
Explore issues encountered by those whose work brings them into contact with families faced with an uncertain future for their newborn.
Considering the impact on healthcare professionals when a child dies
When your work brings you into contact with child death, it is impossible not to be affected. This workshop aims to provide an opportunity to reflect on the impact this work has on you.
When a child dies – supporting parents and families
Explore the impact of the death of a child on a family and build your confidence and skills when communicating with and supporting grieving families.
Understanding paediatric post-mortem
Increase your understanding and build confidence in communicating sensitively with parents. Supporting the HTA codes of practice, around consent, donation and post-mortem.
Communicating with families when children have a life-limiting condition and complex needs
Gain a deeper understanding of families’ needs and the difficulties they may face from diagnosis onwards. This training adheres to Department for Health and Together for Short Lives guidelines.
8th annual neonatal palliative and end of life care conference – Babies with an uncertain future
Our speakers are now confirmed and we are pleased to announce we now have a full programme for this conference; including a panel discussion on neonatal ethical issues, which promises to be the highlight of the day.