Following on from the release of our Miscarriage Survey results, Sam and Tahyna were interviewed on the Daily Edition.
New Pink Elephants Ambassador Tahyna MacManus was interviewed on the Morning Show about her experience of miscarriage and our survey results.
Announcing the launch of our Peer Support Programme – the first of it’s kind in Australia.
The heartache of miscarriage is isolating for many women and the launch of our Peer Support Programme hopes to alleviate the isolation and give women the one-on-one support they need.
One hundred and three thousand couples in Australia experience pregnancy loss but until now there’s not been an organisation specifically aimed at helping them. We spoke to Babyology about why grieving a miscarriage is a bigger mental health issue than most realise, and how you can get the support you need.
‘ON average, one in five confirmed pregnancies are thought to end in miscarriage. According to fertility expert Dr Gavin Sacks from IVF Australia, miscarriage rates are on the rise.’ Read the full article about Co-founder Gabbi’s journey online using the link below.Read the full article here
‘Founding a successful non-profit organisation is tough work! You are driven by passion and are determined to grow something that benefits your community and helps those in need; however, growing and sustaining your non-profit organisation may take years of effort.’ Listen to Sam’s interview using the link below.
Podcast November 2017
‘Being pregnant again after a loss is far from easy. It’s a complete and utter emotional rollercoaster. Those first blue lines on a pregnancy test don’t offer the same level of excitement they may have once done.’ Read about Co-founder Sam’s journey in Mamamia Online.
Read the full article here