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The Lullaby Trust provides specialist support for bereaved families and promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep. Call our free helpline on 0808 802 6869
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The Lullaby Trust 14h
Replying to @girlwithredhurr
Thinking of you and your family. Our support line is here for you if you ever need to talk.
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The Lullaby Trust 17h
Sofas and armchairs are dangerous places to fall asleep with your baby—move somewhere safer if you think you might fall asleep.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 18
It's important that your baby's mattress is firm, entirely flat and waterproof, with no soft or cushioned areas, particularly around their head. Choosing a mattress for your baby 👇
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 17
“It’s a great app which I usually recommend to prospective and new parents during antenatal and new birth visits" - Sally, Health Visitor Baby Check helps parents to check their baby for signs of illness and decide whether they need a doctor. Download at
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 16
Babies should sleep on a mattress that is firm, waterproof, and is entirely flat with no raised or cushioned areas. How to choose baby sleeping products:
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 15
Information and resources for professionals working with parents of young babies and bereaved families are available on our website. Find out what training is available for professionals and download our safer sleep publications:
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 14
For safer co-sleeping, make sure the space where your baby is sleeping is clear of adult bedding such as pillows and duvets.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 13
Whether you’re a paramedic, police officer, GP, health visitor, midwife or social worker, involvement with a sudden infant death can be difficult and often stressful. Our bereavement support line is also open to professionals who might like the opportunity to talk.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 13
Thank you so much! Please let us know if you need any resources.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 10
If you have any questions about SIDS or safer sleep for babies, our Information Line is open weekdays 10am to 5pm on 0808 802 6869.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 9
Fancy a new year's challenge? Join for our family-friendly virtual challenge . This February, walk, run, cycle, swim or row 50km and raise £50 to help save babies’ lives 🏃‍♂️🏊‍♀️🚴🏅 Sign up today at
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 9
Replying to @applejack_76
Hi, our publications were updated last year to show parents who decide to bedshare how they can do so more safely. You can find it here: . Thanks.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 8
Babies who are born prematurely are at a higher risk of SIDS. Our safer sleep for premature babies guide covers everything from sleep position to reflux, co-sleeping and advice for premature or low birth-weight multiples.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 7
It's important to make sure your baby doesn't get too hot or too cold at night. You can purchase one of our room thermometers from our online shop to make sure you get the temperature just right:
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 6
A simple mattress in your cot with no loose bedding or bumpers is the safest sleeping place for your baby.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 5
Join Team Lullaby for an autumnal half marathon through four of London’s Royal Parks in October 2020. Sign up today 👇
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 4
💵 £12 million invested in SIDS research ↘️ SIDS rates reduced by 82% since 1991 🚼 Over 20,000 babies' lives saved 🌱 813 bereaved families supported per year Our work is only possible because of you. Find out how you can support us in 2020.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 3
For safer sleep you don't need to buy lots of products or spend more on expensive items. There are just a few essentials you need.
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 2
Can you cycle 100 miles to help save more babies’ lives? Set yourself the ultimate challenge for 2020 and take part in RideLondon-Surrey 100. Sign up today 🚴🏅
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The Lullaby Trust Jan 1
Starting a new year can be hard if you have lost a baby or child. If you would like to talk to someone who understands, our bereavement support line is open today from 6pm-10pm 0808 802 6868.
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