Twins, Triplets and More week is where we celebrate our wonderful multiple birth families and raise awareness of the specific challenges they can often face.
It is always held over the first full working week of July and in 2021 we celebrated 30 years of Twinline, our unique listening service and turned our focus to ensuring expectant mothers receive the correct care.
During twins, triplets and more week we encourage families and healthcare professionals to spread the word about Twins Trust – and in particular the wide range of support we offer.
Stay tuned to see what we have planned in 2022.
We also promote our membership programme which families can join for as little as £2.80 a month and access a whole range of brilliant discounts as well as the well-loved quarterly magazine Multiple Matters which can be sent in print or accessed online.
We're rounding up some of the 'best stuff' below.
Please join us in celebrating all things twins, triplets and more and support our campaigning. Thank you.
Today marks the start of Twins, Triplets and More Week. #TTMWeek
Please join us throughout the week and share where you can to help us reach more families with twins, triplets or more who need support.
Jen has shared her experience of care with us to help promote the importance of specialist Twins/Multiples Clinics. Click here to find the one nearest to you.
We've also been tweeting about a report out this week offering recommendations to improve outcomes. This is great to see but we want more to be done for our families.
We’ve been working for five years to try to improve outcomes for our families. Good to see this report and its recommendations but more needs to be done for our families https://t.co/dW6yxuwhC3@NadineDorries @JeremyHunt @MidwivesRCN @NHSEngland #HSCMaternitySafety #TTMweek pic.twitter.com/MsaJOkM40F— Twins Trust (@TwinsTrust) July 6, 2021
Please show your support by sharing our social media stories and posts. Thank you all.
Our support service Twinline turns 30! The service provides support to so many families with twins, triplets or more. Today, we shared some of the most popular questions our listeners are asked.
Don't forget to tell friends and family members about Twinline so we can support with all things multiple related. Click here for more details about the service.
We would like to thank NHS England for supporting Twins, Triplets and More Week. They wrote a guest blog to help us celebrate 30 years of Twinline and spread the word of how important it is that expectant parents recevive the best possible care.
We'll be sharing a bit more about our support service, Twinline today. A big thank you to all of our volunteers who make this service possible and for all the support they offer our families.
As it's Friday that also means it's time for our weekly #FridayFeature on Instagram. As it is Twins, Triplets and More Week, we're sharing one of your lovely posts that have helped to promote the week. #TTMWeek
There are different types of multiple pregnancies so each care pathway is slightly different. We've designed antenatal checklists to make sure all of our parents receive the correct care during their pregnancy.
Today is the last day of Twins, Triplets and More Week but we're not going anywhere. We're here to support our families at all times.
Take a browse around our website for top tips, resources, support, personal experiences and blogs to put a smile on your face.
2021: we celebrated 30 years of Twinlineand turned our focus to ensuring expectant mothers receive the correct care.
2020: we launched the new Twins Trust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence at St George’s Hospital in London where the clinical lead is Professor Asma Khalil.