CuddleBlanket

The significance of time

April 23, 2024

By Gabriella Lake Walker – Bereavement Care Consultant Grief is a very individual thing.  Its impact depends on many biopsychosocial…

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My daughter, Thea, died in February 2019. 

March 7, 2024

We spoke to Gabriella Walker, Mother to Thea who sadly died in February 2019 about how she practices self care as she prepares herself for Mothers Day, birthdays and anniversaries.

“This will be our fifth Mother’s Day without her. We were lucky that, having taken the difficult but what turned out to be best decision to accept a referral to a hospice years earlier, we had had access to a CuddleBlanket on the night that she died. The CuddleBlanket keeps the body of a child who dies cool so that you can spend time with them after they have died and slowly get used to your new reality.”

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Newton Stewart parents Georgie & Andrew Peden donated a CuddleBlanket to Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary (DGRI) following a year-long fundraiser in memory of their son.

January 15, 2024

Newton Stewart parents Georgie and Andrew Peden donated a CuddleBlanket to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary (DGRI) following a year-long…

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Do you know what a CuddleBlanket is? 🤔

November 24, 2023

The CuddleBlanket provides grieving families an opportunity to spend time with their loved ones without having to cool the whole…

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