Training & Education

Share provides comprehensive perinatal bereavement care training
for caregivers, healthcare professionals, bereaved families, and Share
Chapter leaders.

Perinatal loss is one of the most devastating events a family can experience. Bereaved parents never forget the warmth, comfort, love and understanding they received from their caregiver.

What are the benefits of a Share education?

  • Explains the unique needs of families grieving the death of a baby at any stage of pregnancy, at birth or early infancy.

  • Provides education that enables caregivers to feel comfortable providing immediate care in a hospital or other health care setting to families experiencing the trauma of their baby's death.

  • Gives insight into ways caregivers can support the entire family unit's health and well-being.

  • Prepares those who work with bereaved families to continue their care via support groups, online forums, memorial events and other activities in the months and years following their loss.

Sharing & Caring

This online workshop is for caregivers working with families during the loss of their baby or anyone who wants to start a support group or a Share Chapter.

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Memory Making

Finding meaningful ways to honor the short life of a baby who died can be a crucial step in how families heal and weave the baby into their family's story.

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Caring Companion

This workshop is intended for bereaved parents or grandparents who wish to work with newly bereaved parents.

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Online Opportunities

Share has several online educational opportunities available.

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Power of Presence

This two and a half hour training is to enhance an understanding of perinatal bereavement and the impact on families.

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Questions?

Reach out to our training team.

companion@nationalshare.org

Schedule a Training

If you are interested in having Share present a training to your hospital, medical office or community organization, please contact Rose Carlson, rcarlson@nationalshare.org.