FREE Resources

On this page we offer some free resources that you can begin to use immediately, no matter what your current situation. If you think a resource should be on this page, please let us know in the form at the bottom of this page or email us at info@pilsc.org.

Loss of a Pregnancy?

Here are some free resources and links that can help you:

  • Ritualizing your loss helps you cope and make progress. Go here.
  • How to Collect Babies Remains When Experiencing a Miscarriage? Go here.
  • Returning to work? We know how complex that can feel. Start here and here.
  • Canadian? Did you know that there are legal minimums for leave in each province? Learn more here.
  • TMFR (Termination for Medical Reasons)? Learn more here.
  • Need to plan an end-of-life ceremony? Go here.
  • Lactating after a loss? Get answers here.
  • Want to create a memory box. Get tips here.

Make sure to visit our Loss of a Pregnancy page as well with more helpful information and links.

Loss of an Infant?

Here are some free resources and links that can help you:

  • Ritualizing your loss helps you cope and make progress. Go here.
  • Returning to work? We know how complex that can feel. Start here and here.
  • Canadian? Did you know that there are legal minimums for leave in each province? Learn more here.
  • Lactating after a loss? Get answers here.
  • Need to plan an end-of-life ceremony? Go here.
  • Want to create a memory box. Get tips here.

Make sure to visit our Loss of an Infant page as well with more helpful information and links.

Trying to Conceive?

Start by visiting our Trying to Conceive page with more helpful information and links.

Pregnancy After Loss and Struggling?

Start by visiting our Pregnancy after Loss and Struggling page with more helpful information and links.

Parenting After Loss?

Here are some free resources and links that can help you:

  • Returning to work? We know how complex that can feel. Start here and here.
  • Canadian? Did you know that there are legal minimums for leave in each province? Learn more here.
Also visit our Parenting after loss page with more helpful information and links.