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Veronica Droser and Kate Hoyt are Ph.D. students in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Denver. Their research on helping children cope with the loss of a baby was completed in the course Visual Narratives of Women’s Health as part of a service-learning project with Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep’s Drawings From the Heart project. The research was compiled with classmates Benjamin Boyce, Nivea Castaneda, Jeni Hunniecutt, Jessica Johnson, Emily Krebs, and Melodee Sova and was supervised by Dr. Erin Willer.
You can find their 9 suggested ways to help children in the article titled “Helping Children Cope with the Death of a Baby” here.
2017 NILMDTS Remembrance Walks
The Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep Remembrance Walk, “Our Journey Together” is for parents, family members, and friends to come together to remember a precious baby who has died due to miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS, neonatal or any type of pregnancy or infant loss.
Find more information here!
We would like to thank everyone who gave in memory of a precious baby during the month of February. The babies are listed on this link.
Your gift helps NILMDTS recruit, train, mobilize, and support volunteer photographers. We educate medical personnel and provide a number of support services to families. Additionally, we raise public awareness of pregnancy and infant loss. Thank you for your support!
If you would like to see your baby/babies name(s) on the next list, you can make a donation on our website here before the end of this month.