Let Me See My Baby Presented by Amy Banson
BEREAVEMENT ACTIVIST ASKING PANEL THE HARD QUESTIONS “LET ME SEE MY BABY”
Amy is a birth and bereavement doula, bereavement doula trainer and presenter. She works to inspire women on a global level to ‘step into the space where birth meets death’. Her knowledge of birth and death is extensive. Her experiences have given her an intuitive understanding of others’ feelings and people are apt to appreciate her sensitivity, compassion, warmth and charm. She works with a great deal of respect and gentleness.
‘Let Me See My Baby’
This is an evening for anyone in the community who is curious about stepping forward with understanding, dignity and compassion into the lives of women who have a child die during pregnancy or soon after birth.
Amy Banson will be leading the discussion with a panel of experts in the field for exploration and question asking around best ways to support women and their families when in the space where birth meets death.
Venue: The Shared. 13 Railway Street Yandina, Time: 6pm - 9pm - Dinner and extras included.
Contact: Amy Banson
Amy has been the recipient of the Young Person of the Year Award, was the ACT Youth Advocate for Drug Free Australia, has established the Walk With a Rose Foundation for people in the ACT with acquired brain injury, and is a previous recipient of the Young Canberra Citizen of the Year award. She has been featured on Australian Story and has twice been nominated for Australian of the year.