Special rooms opened for families dealing with baby death

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The rooms at the Royal Alexandra Hospital include a book of remembrance (Ian Watson/PA)8th October 2018Family and quiet rooms unveiled at RAH to bring comfort to families suffering baby loss.Families who are experiencing the tragedy of losing a baby will now be able to spend time in a specially designed family room and quiet room, which have just been launched at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.Former Celtic player Kris Commons and his fiance? Lisa Hague, whose baby Lola was stillborn in 2008, helped launch the family room after locally bereaved families fundraised over £30,000 to support the SiMBA charity project.The family room will provide an area for parents who are experiencing bereavement to stay from induction to delivery and for postnatal care so they can spend precious time with their baby; and the quiet room is specifically designed for families returning to the hospital to spend time with their baby or see their babies name in the book of remembrance.
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