Thank you for visiting Prenatal Diagnosis Support Australia (PDS Australia).

The Prenatal Diagnosis Support site strives to bring hope and support to families who have or are experiencing pregnancy and child loss, a prenatal diagnosis of their unborn baby or the parenting of a child with a disability.

We provide support for families and humbly believe that we can provide services for those who have or are receiving a diagnosis of their unborn baby or newborn as having walked in their shoes and committed to educate the community on the implications of having a child that has a condition or a fatal illness. We offer a complete online community where all parents can access support 24/24 as well as weekly meetings. We strive to understand and assist parents going through the birth of their special child, or its loss. Many of the support group's volunteers are bereaved parents;we strive to hold a self help support framework where everyone is invited to share their story on an equal level.

Anyone wishing to become a volunteer is encouraged. No minimum hours or job!

Let's celebrate together the special lives of our children.







 ** Monthly live chats **

Facilitated by grief Counsellor and bereaved parents

NEXT SCHEDULED: Click on the Chat room link and join our facebook page

TOPIC: "Dreading the silence that comes after the storm"

(Click on the Chat room link on the left)






"High Risk Pregnancy and Foetal Diagnosis; your journey"  published by Free Association Books is a practical companion for any family who is currently pregnant with a child with a poor prognosis.

To find out more on the book and how it can help the family or friends and relatives

Australia click Footprint Books

US click ISBS



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The PDS Australia website, its content and any services offered to anyone are provided for informational purposes only. None of the foregoing is a substitute for professional medical advice, examination, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a Doctor or Mental Health Clinician  or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding pregnancy or grief and loss issues. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on the PDS Australia Site.