Keepsakes can play a vital role in the grieving process following loss of a baby or child and many parents and family members find making memories and having such reminders afterwards a great comfort.
Memory making activities can involve anything that is meaningful to your family such as photographs, crafts, moulds of hands or feet,
creating memory boxes and many other possibilities. Ask your nurse, medical social worker or play specialist about memory making
supports available in the hospital.
See below for additional memory making ideas and resources.