- To provide help and information for parents about antenatal screening and diagnosis, and non-directive support in decision making when a fetal anomaly is diagnosed in their baby
- To represent the views of our members in media, Parliament and the NHS
- To train and support healthcare professionals.
- National helpline – via phone and email
- Trained peer support volunteers
- Specialised bereavement support services
- Online information and support
- Training for health care professionals
- A parent contact network which offers individual support from trained volunteers who have had similar experiences
- Continued support, whatever decisions parents make about the future of the pregnancy
- Using parents’ experiences to influence professional practice through training, talks, conferences and networking.
Monday – Friday, 10.00am – 5.30pm.
345 City Road