Tagged with: Diagnosis

  • Awareness Week 2018: Hannah’s Story

    7 May 2018

    In the corner of the room with all the machines of tiny babies beeping, the nurses chatting in the background, the only people in the room are me and my amazing little boy.

  • Awareness Week 2018: Louise’s Story

    4 May 2018

    My husband and close family were amazing and were such a good support network, but nothing could help with my worrying. I hated my pregnancy, hated everything about it. I couldn't get excited about anything...I was very worried what others were going to think and whether they would blame us. I couldn’t tell anyone how I truly felt as I didn't think anyone understood.

  • CLAPA News 2017

    8 Dec 2017

    Welcome to our 28th annual magazine, packed full of stories and updates from all sectors of the CLAPA Community. Read it now online or order your paper copy.

  • Two Sides – Indy’s Story

    10 May 2017

    It was difficult watching my partner deal with her feelings of guilt over not being able to feed our daughter, and although we had been advised all was normal, I felt continual concern over Eva-Rose’s inability to feed - something just wasn’t right to me.

  • Research: Expecting a baby with a cleft: Attachment, Mindfulness and self-compassion

    8 Mar 2016

    A study is being conducted looking into the experiences of women expecting a baby. The study is for both women expecting a baby with a cleft lip and women who are expecting a baby without a cleft lip.

  • 3D/4D Scans

    11 Dec 2015

  • Dealing with Diagnosis

    13 Nov 2015

  • Diagnosis & Birth

    4 Nov 2015

  • A pregnant woman getting an ultrasound scan

    STUDY: Prenatal Diagnosis of Orofacial Clefts

    5 Jan 2014

    The main aim of the study was to find out if there is a link between the timing of a diagnosis, how the mothers felt about the information they received and how satisfied they were with the services .