Thank you for visiting our online community page. We aim to be a source of support and mutual understanding for our multiples’ community.
The groups are hosted on Facebook. Please find your relevant group below. Within these groups we encourage you to share supportive tips and advice to one another. Twins Trust are not liable for the comments posted in the groups, nor are we accountable for a member's choice to follow peer advice. The group does not replace the importance of seeking medical, or any other professional advice. Although the groups are overseen by admins, they are not checked on a regular basis. If you feel you need more information then please contact the Family Services Team through our Supporting You page.
Please note - it may take up to a week to be approved into our groups by a staff member from Twins Trust, although we try to respond as soon as possible. To protect the groups, we manually check that each request comes from a Twins Trust member or registered user and that the group rules have been accepted.
This group is for parents and guardians with multiples who are currently in neonatal care or have been in neonatal care.
Have you recently welcomed twins, triplets or more? Or are you about to and have questions of what to expect in the first year? Our under 1's group is a great place to start.
Under 1's group
Are your twins, triplets or more taking the next big step into starting school? Our primary group is a great place to meet other parents of multiples.
Primary school group
If your twins, triplets or more are starting secondary, becoming teenagers and beginning to want more independence, this is the group for you. Chat with other parents of similar aged multiples.
If you are a LGBTQ+ family of twins, triplets or more you can join this group to chat with others with multiples.
Are you a parent of twins, triplets or more in Scotland? Or about to be? Join our discussion and chat to other parents here.
Are you a parent of twins, triplets or more in Wales? Or about to be? Join our discussion and chat to other parents here.
The Twins Trust Bereavement Support Group (BSG) exists to support all parents and carers of twins, triplets or more who have died whether it was during or after pregnancy.