Following publication of the final Ockenden report of the independent review of maternity services at the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust our thoughts are with all the family and parents affected. We know the report may cause concern for many others, especially those who are pregnant or planning a baby, if you have a concern please contact a member of the Maternity Team on the above contact numbers.
Please visit the Direct gov.com website for more information on topics such as:
Coping with baby crying
What is the DadPad?
It’s the essential guide for new dads, developed with the NHS.
Why do you need it?
As a new dad you will feel excited, but you may also feel left out, unsure or overwhelmed. The DadPad can help by giving you the knowledge and practical skills that you need. The resource will support you and your partner to give your baby the best possible start in life.
|Action on Pre – eclampsia (APEC)||http://action-on-pre-eclampsia.org.uk|
|Association for Postnatal Illness||https://apni.org|
|Breastfeeding Helplines and Support Groups||See leaflet you were given, before you went home|
|Domestic Abuse Helpline||Free Phone 24 hours|
|Mind (PND support)||www.mind.org.uk|
|Maternity Alliance (Rights & Benefits)||https://www.maternityaction.org.uk|
|National Breastfeeding Helpline||0300 100 0212|
|National Childbirth Trust (NCT)||www.nct.org.uk|
|National Women’s Aid||Womens Aid|
|Smoking support to quit||www.oneyoulincolnshire.org.uk|
|Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Society (SANDS)||www.sands.org.uk|
|TAMBA (Twins, triplets & more)||www.tamba.org.uk|