Looking after Bubba for all our Mob
Having a safer and healthy pregnancy is the aim for all families. While having Sorry Business Babies (stillbirth) is unlikely for most women, there are a few key things to do to keep bubba safe.
We acknowledge the Traditional lands where your bubba will be born, and the lands that you belong to. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and pay respects to our Elders, past and present, acknowledging our continuing roles of being Caretaker and Custodian on the lands we are from.
Disclaimer for Indigenous people visiting the site
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website contains images, voices and names of deceased persons.
Warning for distress
- Red Nose – which offers 24/7 telephone grief support on 1300 308 307 or rednosegriefandloss.org.au
- Sands – which offers 24/7 telephone grief support on 1300 072 637 or sands.org.au
- Bears of Hope – which offers grief support on 1300 11 HOPE (1300 11 4673) or email@example.com
The term ‘Indigenous’ will be used throughout the website to refer to people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. We do this to show respect because the people Indigenous to individual States, jurisdictions and Countries within our Nation may prefer different terms. We also acknowledge and respect that many ‘Indigenous’ Australians prefer to be known by their specific language group(s). We would also like to acknowledge and respect the international relationship with ‘Indigenous’ peoples.
We work in partnership with
parents, communities, clinicians, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health practitioners and support organisations to create a safe maternity experience in our mobs’ “own ways of knowing, being and doing”.