Infant & Pregnancy
Loss Doula
Certificate Program

Scholarship Application

Home Hospice Association’s IPLD certificate program covers preconception loss due to early and late miscarriage, medical and elective termination, prematurity, stillbirth and neonatal death and the subsequent feelings and emotions families experience during perinatal loss.

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Your successful application and participation in this program will equip you with skills, knowledge and perspectives to support, encourage and empower grieving individuals and their families. In doing so you will lead your community and represent the HHA Pre and Perinatal Hospice Program where ever you call  home.

 

Representation may include:

  • Managing the local Comfort Cozie Program

  • Care for your community’s most marginalized individuals

  • Lead the awareness of the Pre and Perinatal Hospice Program in your community through presentations such as The IPLD and the Funeral Director

  • Run a local Our Babies, Our Grief Progressive Healing Group

  • Offer one on one care before, during and after a labour that will end in loss

  • Take the lead in community outreach to build Business and Agency Partners

  • Become an HHA Board Member

 

For more information about Pre and Perinatal Hospice and its importance to holistic end of life

care, please click here

Home Hospice Association’s Goal

 

To have trained Infant & Pregnancy Loss Doulas able to provide care in 

  • Hospital Birthing Units

  • Women’s Shelters

  • Women’s Prisons

  • Community Prenatal Centres

  • Midwifery Clinics

  • Family Health Teams

Scholarships are awarded

based upon:

  1. How rural or marginalized your community 

  2. Passion for community service

  3. Willingness to grow care specific to pregnancy and infant loss

  4. Knowledge of the current care available in your community

  5. Interest or experience in leadership

Scholarships are available thanks to those in your community who recognize the need and are committed to championing change.

Infant & Pregnancy Loss 
Certificate Program Scholarship