Having a special care baby can be a very lonely and frightening time for parents. This is something that mum Lisa found when her daughter Olivia was sick, but Bliss was there to comfort her and provide hope. This is their story.
Join Bliss and Unicef UK’s Baby Friendly Initiative at the Royal Institution in London on 19 May 2015 for a one day conference highlighting the importance of breastfeeding and developmental care for babies born premature and sick.
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