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On International Day of the Midwife we are re-newing calls for every hospital in the UK to have a Multiple Births Midwife after the RCN (Royal College of Nursing) published new guidance for Hospital Trusts on the key role.
We’re calling on NHS Trusts throughout the UK to ensure they have Twins Clinics for multiple birth families as we know they deliver good care.
Partners in England now allowed at scans and alongside mums for the whole pregnancy journey in a victory for campaigners, including Twins Trust.
17th November marks World Prematurity Day and this year we are celebrating all of our prem twins, triplets and more and how far they have come.
The National Maternity and Perinatal Audit reveals better data is needed to reveal a fuller picture of what care is like for twins, triplets and more within the NHS. Find out more...
With restrictions in place due to Covid-19 neonatal care can be an even more worrying and unsettling time for parents.
After years of campaigning, parents of premature babies will be able to claim an extra £160 a week under new measures announced at the budget on March 11.
This is a photo of the first time I held my twins, Arthur & Heidi. It was 33 hours after they were born. I waited 2 days after this picture was taken to see them again. This is my story...
We're working with other charities and calling on the Government to ensure the UK is the safest place for giving birth with the best medical care possible.
We began campaigning on this issue around seven years ago as so many parents have to watch their babies’ fight for their lives in neonatal care after being born prematurely.
We’re delighted to be supporting twin mum Stevie Lauren who has started a campaign to improve maternity/paternity pay. Find out more...