Information Leaflets and Resources 


If you have recently gone through a miscarriage you may have some questions about what has hapened, what could have caused it and where you can get help.

This page is dedicated to resources we have created to provide you with more information about miscarriage. Click on the image of the leaflet and it will open or download: 

Although it may be hard to accept, it’s important to know that there is no known answer for why miscarriage generally happens. This leaflet provides information about miscarriage.

This thought diary can be used to help deal with negative emotions. For further information please see our video on dealing with negative emotions

Guilt is a strong emotion that a lot of people experience during the grieving process and miscarriage is no different. This leaflet helps you identify what you can do about guilt. 

After a miscarriage it is important to look after yourself. This monthly well-being plan can help you focus on your self-care. Here is an example of a completed monthly well-being plan.

After a miscarriage it is important to look after yourself. This annual well-being plan can help you focus on your self-care. Here is an example of a completed annual well-being plan.

Many people associate a miscarriage with bleeding and pain. This is not always the case. This leaflet will give you some ideas on what to expect.

Miscarriages can last a few hours, a day, a week or more. No two miscarriages will be the same. This leaflet includes information on several types of miscarriage.

It's so easy to get caught up in what we lost, this Sun of Gratitude can help you focus on who and what you are grateful for. 

Grief will be different for all children. This leaflet will give you some information and advice on talking to your child aged 0-5 about miscarriage.

Show your support for Baby Loss Awareness Week  2021 by printing this poster and displaying it in your house or place of work

Grief will be different for all children. This leaflet will give you some information and advice on talking to your primary school aged child about miscarriage.

Grief will be different for all children. This leaflet will give you some information and advice on talking to your adolescent child about miscarriage

It is normal to experience a range of thoughts and emotions following your miscarriage. This leaflet will give you information and advice on life after a miscarriage. 

We know that dads can be just as affected by miscarriage as mums and sometimes will have to deal with seeing someone they love in so much pain. This leaflet provides information and advice on how to best support Dads.