This website is a space to find, connect and collaborate with other practitioners, volunteers, commissioners, funders and parents.
Informal peer support can make a unique and invaluable contribution to achieving healthier pregnancies, better births and healthier babies.
Stage 1. Vision, goals and context
Stage 2. Designing your programme
Stage 3. Setting up your programme
Stage 4. Delivering your programme
Stage 5. Reviewing and improving your programme
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Parents 1st UK and affiliate programme, Island House Community Parent Programme, were amongst the 8 organisations invited to a roundtable with ... Read more
“I couldn’t have done it alone. It was so nice having someone to hold my hand and be there for me during a scary time”
We know how ... Read more
Celebrate Volunteering in Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond
Sharing, connecting, adapting and surviving
Tuesday 13th October and Thursday 15th ... Read more
With social distancing restrictions in place, we’ve moved our group sessions and courses online!
We are offering friendly, informal online ... Read more
Solace Peer Support’s latest research has highlighted a need for a different approach to antenatal group support for marginalised ... Read more
Whether you're a peer support professional, funder, commissioner, volunteer or parent we'd like to warmly welcome you to this online community and ... Read more
How has your programme adapted to the new virtual reality to support mums, dads, partners, babies, young children?
What are you finding?
What are ... Read more
Guidance for healthcare professionals on managing coronavirus (COVID-19) infection in pregnancy has been published by the Royal College of ... Read more
As the coronavirus situation unfolds it is likely that new ways of working will need to be explored to ensure we still continue to provide valuable ... Read more
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