ARC offers a range of highly regarded literature for parents, families and health professionals. Many of the publications are written for all parents and families who have lost a baby after a prenatal diagnosis of a fetal anomaly, whether they had a termination or not.
For parents, to help them prepare for some of the complex physical and emotional issues they may encounter when considering the ending of a pregnancy when an anomaly is diagnosed in their unborn baby. Learn more about the Parents' Handbook.
Supporting You Throughout Your Pregnancy Handbook
For parents who are continuing their pregnancy after the diagnosis of an anomaly in their unborn baby. It helps parents to address their needs during the pregnancy, from the initial diagnosis to the birth. Learn more about the Supporting You Throughout Your Pregnancy Handbook.
Help for Fathers
Offers help and advice to fathers after the loss of a baby. Learn more about Help for Fathers.
Help for Grandparents
Gives help and advice to grandparents on coping with their own grief, and helping their children after the loss of their baby. Learn more about Help for Grandparents.
Talking to Children
Explains some of the complex issues parents face when discussing a termination for a fetal anomaly with other children in the family. This booklet is specifically for parents who terminated a pregnancy after a prenatal diagnosis. Learn more about Talking to Children.
Discusses issues around becoming pregnant again, after a loss due to fetal anomaly. Gives information on antenatal tests and deals with some of the emotional implications of another pregnancy. Learn more about Another Pregnancy.
Supporting Parents' Decisions
An aid for health professionals who support parents dealing with prenatal dilemmas. Drawing on research and ARC’s extensive experience in the field, this publication aims to provide practical help for practitioners in an area that makes great demands both professionally and personally.