Saratoga Springs, UT -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/29/2014 -- Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, Inc. has been helping bereaved parents since 1977. Share is dedicated to supporting parents (and families) throughout the United States and internationally. Share Parents of Utah serves the greater Salt Lake City area.
Contact Us: Share Parents of Utah
Share Parents of Utah understands. Share Parents of Utah care's. Share Parents of Utah can help. Many parents find that it helps to talk with another parent who has experienced the loss of a baby – someone who can listen, understand, and be able to identify with some of their feelings. Talking with others who have suffered a pregnancy loss is very helpful. Anyone who has lost a baby through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, or newborn-death is welcome to call Share Parents of Utah and/or attend support group meetings. Just knowing that theirr experience is valid and that they are not alone can be very beneficial in working through their grief.
Tips for Grieving Parents
To join Share Parents of Utah and support the, “2014 Walk for Remembrance & Hope”:
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Larkin Sunset Lawn (2350 East 1300 South, Salt Lake City, UT)
This year's memorable program will feature Jason & Heather Hansen (from Kennedy's Hugs). The Hansen family lost their sweet daughter (Kennedy) in May 2014 to Juvenile Batten Disease. All will also be honored to listen to the talented vocals of, “Eyes Up Here,” who will be performing a personal song written just for this special occasion entitled: "Fly Away Balloon." The order form to purchase Share merchandise is available at:
Anyone who has lost a baby to miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, newborn death, and SIDS is welcome to attend a Support Meeting, as well as any support people you would like to have attend. Due to the nature of topics discussed, Share Parents of Utah request that only adults attend the meetings.
If one is not certain they’re ready to attend a meeting, please contact Share Parents of Utah or get on their mailing list to be reminded about upcoming meetings. Join Share Parents of Utah at their monthly support group meetings and connect with other parents who have suffered a similar loss. They can be found on Facebook at:
All are also invited to Share Parents of Utah's ongoing Support Meetings held on the 4th Tuesday of EVERY-month at Jordan Valley Hospital (3rd Floor, Classroom 1, 7:30-9:00pm). Enter from “new towers” on south-east side of building. Jordan Valley Hospital address:
3580 West 9000 South
West Jordan, UT 84088
General Info: (801) 561-8888
Meetings have an assigned topic (i.e. suggestions to help get conversations flowing). Share Parents of Utah is always willing to discuss any topic that helps those who are grieving. All are welcome to bring pictures of their angel baby.
Topic: Stages of Grief
Topic: Friends & Family
Topic: Handling the Holidays
Share Parents of Utah is committed to providing community support and training to medical professionals to encourage compassionate bereavement care. Share Parents of Utah offer's in-service trainings to help establish bereavement protocol and train staff. If oen is interested in having Share Parents of Utah help with in-service trainings, email them at email@example.com.
Ongoing Support Meetings are also held on the 2nd Wednesday of EVERY-month at American Fork Hospital in the Education Building (from 7:30-9:00pm). The Education Building is located behind the AF hospital (separate building). American Fork Hospital address:
170 North 1100 East
American Fork, UT 84003
General Info: (801) 855-3300
ABOUT Share Parents of Utah
We understand. We care. We can help. Many parents find that it helps to talk with another parent who has experienced the loss of a baby – someone who can listen, understand, and be able to identify with some of their feelings. Talking with others who have suffered a pregnancy loss is very helpful. Anyone who has lost a baby through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, or newborn death is welcome to call Share Parents of Utah and/or attend support group meetings. Just knowing that your experience is valid and that you are not alone can be very beneficial in working through your grief.