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a little help from Jack

A practical resource companion for pregnancy and baby loss. For those experiencing loss and those supporting them. Lovingly compiled by Emily & Nick in honour of their son Jack who was stillborn at full term in October 2021. 

The companion contains a list of resources such as books on baby loss & grief, sibling books, podcasts, a range of keepsakes from jewellery, artwork & memory boxes, journals, and support & information resources. 

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Bears of Hope

"We provide support for families who experience the loss of their baby.Let’s walk this journey together."

The Pink Elephants Support Network

"Pink Elephants provides the latest resources, information and peer-support for anyone impacted by early pregnancy loss. Using evidence, empathy and connection, our unique digital-first approach offers a single source of specialist support, whenever and wherever it’s needed — for anyone who has directly experienced it, for family and friends, corporate partners or healthcare professionals seeking proven ways to help."

Red Nose

"Our services includes counselling and support for miscarriage, termination, stillbirth, neonatal death, SIDS and sleeping accidents, and any other sudden death of a child up to 18 years.

The Counsellors at Red Nose understand that your experience of grief is individual, and can tailor sessions to best meet your needs.

No matter where you are at in your grief journey, Red Nose qualified Bereavement Counsellors are available to support you by phone, face to face or online via web chat."


"Sands is a volunteer-based organisation providing individualised care from one bereaved parent to another, giving them support and hope for the future, following the death of a baby."

Hospital to Home

"Hospital to Home is a program operating throughout Australia, providing outreach support within three months of loss to bereaved parents who have experienced the death of a baby or infant through stillbirth (including TFMR), neonatal death or the sudden unexpected death of an infant (SUDI)."

The Perinatal Loss Centre

The Perinatal Loss Centre Facebook Page is dedicated to providing supportive information on perinatal loss. 

Beards of Hope

"Beards of Hope exists to help make each day a little more bearable for dads that are dealing with grief. We hope to bring some light and hope into these dark days with support and coping strategies, and to raise community awareness of those struggling with baby and infant loss. Sadly, perinatal death continues to impact many dads and families in Australia."

Act Right Now Counselling


"Act Right Now Counselling Services is a  remote/online psychotherapy and health coaching practice specializing in all aspects of grief and loss, including prolonged grief disorder, perinatal support and wellbeing.
It can offer emergency counselling in the late evening and an appointment in no more than 24 hours.
Dr Gabriele Marranci (ACA Membership 20597) founded Act Right Now Counselling Services because of his passion for helping people to overcome psychological pain. Indeed, he experienced several losses in his life and traumas, including the loss of his 22 weeks old child. As a result, he volunteers with several charities, including NALAG (National Association for Loss and Grief) and Red Nose 24/7 bereavement Line."


PANDA is dedicated to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of expecting, new and growing families. Through a range of information, services and programs we support parents and families during pregnancy the first 12 months of a new baby.

Life Line

Every 30 seconds, a person in Australia reaches out to Lifeline for help.

We are a national charity providing all Australians experiencing emotional distress with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.

Beyond Blue

We are Australia’s most well-known and visited mental health organisation, focused on supporting people affected by anxiety, depression and suicide.