Fourth Trimester Meet

Project Coordinator: Gentle Parenting South Manchester & Peekaboo Slings Information and support for bumps and babies up to 4 months. Come along to our monthly meet for evidence-based information and peer support. * Find out about normal newborn behaviour * Meet other new parents and parents-to-be * Chat about […]

PND&Me

Project Coordinator: Rosey Adams Rosey is a mother of three, living in the Outer Hebrides and spending her time raising awareness and supporting those affected by Perinatal Mental Illness She hosts #PNDHour every Wednesday via Twitter between 8-9pm discussing a wide range of topics surrounding Perinatal Mental Illness. She is the creator of #PNDChat […]

Life With Baby

Project Coordinator: Sue Parker Life With Baby is an online peer support network for anyone experiencing postnatal mental health issues in Kent, UK. Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/lifewithbabykent/  

Caesarean in Focus

Project Coordinator: Clare Goggin Caesarean in Focus is a change platform that aims to transform the way that families experience caesarean birth.  It is a platform to explore anything related to caesarean birth, and is for anyone and everyone, whether you are a health professional, a service user or something in […]

B.O.O.B.S. Salford

Project Coordinator: Kimberly Bond of Visit From The Stork CIC “Be Open On Breastfeeding” in Salford is a small community project in Salford, Greater Manchester, which aims to help women to become more confident to breastfeed. They do this by encouraging mums (of all ages and backgrounds) to speak out […]

World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative

Project Coordinators: Helen Gray IBCLC and Clare Meynell IBCLC World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTi) UK is measuring the country’s performance against the WHO Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding. The WBTi focuses on 10 key indicators from the evidence-based strategies in the WHO Global Strategy for Infant and […]

Perinatal Mental Health Network

Project Coordinator: Emma Jane Sasaru If you desire to be part of a wonderful, diverse community of individuals and organisations that are working to improve perinatal mental health support please join. Find the PNMH Network here: http://www.pnmhnetwork.org/ Or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepnmhnetwork/ Or tweet @PNMHNetwork  

Showing Thanks

Project Coordinator: Rachel Ellie Gardner Rachel is working with AIMS to create a national ‘thank you’ to all maternity staff, midwives, breast feeding support workers, health visitors, doctors, GPs… If you had a good experience in pregnancy, birth or postnatally due to a particular member of staff and never got […]