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Endorsement by Author Penny Simpkin
“When new parents experience the loss or serious illness of their baby, they need sensitive empathic support, along with excellent clinical care. Too often, well-meaning clinical staff, doulas, and even family members, feel awkward and unsure of what to say and how to provide appropriate care. Sherokee Ilse’s workshops address exactly those topics. She offers nsightful and practical guidance on how to positively empower, teach and touch parents and families whose child dies. She also cares about how the loss may impact the caregiver, making sure that this is covered in her classes. . Sherokee Ilse has dedicated her life to this cause. Her passion, experience and relatable teaching style, makes her one of the most highly regarded leading experts in the baby loss field.”
--Penny Simkin, PT, Childbirth Educator, Author, Senior Faculty, Simkin Center for Allied Birth Vocations at Bastyr University, Kenmore, Washington
In Memory of Jonah Gallaher
What a blessing from the Gallaher Family/Community who have generously donated this Christmas season to our Scholarship Fund in memory of sweet little Jonah. I had the honor and privilege of meeting and holding this cute little tyke who was born still His parents and family are amazing! With such donations we can train more people to offer one-on-one support prior to the birth, during and afterwards. Thank you to all who donated to our Paypal account!
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Baby Loss Family Advisors™, also known as Baby Loss Doulas® and Bereavement Doulas™, is a sponsored Certification Program of Babies Remembered/Wintergreen Press. We are proud to provide this intensive certification program for parents and professionals who in turn offer support and guidance as independent professionals. Baby Loss Doulas®,are certified by Loss Doulas International, a division of Babies Remembered. A special thanks to Loss Doulas International, co-founders Dr. Pat Flynn, Sherokee Ilse and the Board of Advisors. www.BabiesRemembered.org