Do you know anyone who gave birth to a premature or sick baby in the UK in the last 15 years?

| 07/11/2016 | 0 Comments

We are preparing a report for Little Miracles UK to look at the experiences of parents who have had a premature or sick baby in a UK hospital.

It is hoped that the findings will help us understand better the needs of existing parents, and also the needs of parents to be. And so help in the fight to increase and improve mental health support for parents of sick and/or premature babies now and in the future.

The online survey will take a few minutes to complete and is completely anonymous.

Q: Who should complete the survey?

Ans: Any parent (mother and father) of a baby born sick or premature in the last 15 years.

Please click here to complete the survey:

Please share this link widely. Many parents suffer in silence, so you are unlikely to know who is suffering or has suffered; it could be your wife or husband, sister or brother, friend or work colleague. Please share.

Submission deadline: 5pm Thursday 10th November 2016.


Media Enquiries: Please contact Godwin Ohajah at Satsuma: working on behalf of Little Miracles UK.


Little Miracles was formed in 2013

Little Miracles UK provide support for parents of babies born premature or sick.

Little Miracles UK, was originally set up to support families of premature babies in North Wales. They now operate throughout the UK with 44 Regional Coordinators supporting more than 50,000 families

Facebook data (07Nov2016): Little Miracles UK (50,604 likes)

Little Miracles actively seeks to work in partnership with other organisations and charities that provide any form of support to parents of babies born premature or sick

Click here to go to the Little Miracles UK Facebook Page:

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