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Emotional support after miscarriage

It is important to know that there is no right or wrong way to feel after experiencing a miscarriage.

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Helping children deal with grief and loss

Young children experience grief, loss and trauma in different ways. This can depend on their age and circumstances. Learn here how to help them cope.

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What happens after miscarriage

There are a number of things you may need to consider after a miscarriage.

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What happens after a stillbirth?

A stillbirth is deeply traumatic and distressing, but you will have support and information available to help you through this painful time. Learn more here.

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Dealing with a neonatal death

Dealing with the death of a newborn baby is one of the hardest things a person can ever do. Get important information here about where to go for help and support.

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Support for migrants to Australia

If you are new to Australia, find out how the government and community organisations can support you.

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What is a stillbirth?

The cause of a stillbirth is often unknown, but you can help to lower the risk. Learn about prevention, warning signs and giving birth to a stillborn baby here.

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Miscarriage

A miscarriage is the loss of a baby, usually during the first three months or first trimester of pregnancy.

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