Bliss publications include specialist advice and information for parents of special care babies, as well as campaign and policy reports and publications aimed at health professionals. Many of these are available to order free of charge as a printed copy from our shop, but some are available online only, such as policy reports and other non-advice products like fundraising guides and Bliss annual reviews. Some of the information guides can also be found in languages other than English. If there is something which you are specifically looking for and cannot find, or if you wish to discuss something with a member of our team, please call 020 7378 1122 and ask to speak to Family Services.
If you have received our postcard on the neonatal unit giving information about Bliss support and would like your free copy of our Little Bliss magazine and an information booklet, please fill in your details on this form.We aim to send out smaller orders (five items or less) within a few days. We send out larger orders every two months as part of a bulk dispatch to neonatal units.
Little Bliss is a magazine for the families of babies born premature or sick and Bliss' biggest supporters. It is packed with real life stories, advice from parents and health professionals, and the latest news from Bliss.
Help Bliss create informative and accurate information for the families of premature and sick babies by helping to inform our content.
Bliss has a range of specialist information booklets for parents to download, as well as factsheets, information in other languages and posters.
Bliss has a range of publications aimed at health professionals, including the Bliss Baby Charter and Community Health Professionals Information Guide.
Find Bliss policy reports and consultation responses.
This section contains information on Bliss' current and past annual reviews and accounts.
Inspired by #TDF2016? Rride from London to Paris next year and watch the finale of Le Tour! https://t.co/xF1q3bGjRm https://t.co/3tIXv0KRUj
Good luck to the #TeamBliss runners running the Littleport 10K today!
If your baby was part of the SIFT study, you should be contacted by researchers around
their 2nd birthday. For info: https://t.co/S5n34KkORB