Useful Websites and Resources

This page provides a variety of useful websites and resources. It’s fantastic for both pregnant people and new parents.

There are a variety of different topics of support. These include finding quality Antenatal educators to supporting you against pregnancy discrimination. It also covers your rights on birth, in addition to support in the prenatal & postnatal period.  

All of the companies listed have been reviewed by Glowing Mummas for quality. 

FEDANT regulates Antenatal Educators, Breastfeeding Counsellors and Doulas in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Islands.

As a parent you have the right to Informed Choice.

By choosing a regulated professional you are assured that the individual is practicing at nationally agreed level of competence.

Glowing Mummas is regulated and authorised by FEDANT number 13209



Pregnant then screwed offer a range of support to women who have been victims of workplace discrimination. Supporting those who are taking legal action against their employer, or need guidance on flexible working and their employment rights.

Pregnant then screwed campaign for parental rights. 


AIM’s is the Association for Improvements in Maternity Services. AIM’s focuses on: –

• Campaigning for better births for all

• Protecting human rights in childbirth

• Independent information about pregnancy and birth

• Raising awareness of research

The Lullaby Trust raises awareness of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

It provides expert advice on safer sleep for babies and offers emotional support for bereaved families

ICON is a programme that provides information and resources about infant crying. 

I – Infant crying is normal ·

C –Comforting methods can help ·

O – It’s OK to walk away ·

N – Never, ever shake a baby

The Pelvic Partnership provides women and healthcare professionals with information about best practice for the treatment and management of pregnancy-related PGP. They enable and empower women to access the right treatment.

Make Birth Better supports Mums, birthing people, partners, and professionals who are impacted by birth trauma. 

Trying to conceive, pregnancy loss, pregnancy sickness, difficulty breastfeeding, birth complications, injuries or other birth challenges. 

The website provides resources and support. 

Light offers pre & postnatal support to families in Sheffield, Rotherham & Doncaster. 

Light’s aims are: – 

  • To provide support to families who are affected by perinatal mental health illness

  • To raise awareness of perinatal mental illness in Sheffield and beyond

  • To promote partnership and an information network accessible to all

PANDAS is a charity that provided PND awareness and support.

The types of support they offer is free telephone and email support.

Andys Mans Club run talking groups for men who have either been through a storm, are currently going through a storm or have a storm brewing in life.

They offer nationwide mental health support and talking groups every Monday from 7pm – Excluding bank holidays.


Kicks Count is a charity that supports parents understand baby movements. How often movements should be expected and what to do if movements are reduced. 

They provide information and support to parents and midwives.  


Bliss is a charity that supports parents and health care professionals for babies born premature or sick. They offer suppport and information. 

In addition, they research, campaign and provide statistics on neonatal care. 

Carrying matters by award winning Dr Rosie Knowles provides support to caregivers on safe babywearing. 

This website provides a variety of support from videos on slings, to the maternal mental health benefits of baby carrying. From newborn to toddler. Safety aspects of baby carrying. Dr Rosie Knowles is fantastic at providing quality information about babywearing. 

Birthrights is dedicated to ensuring that women and birthing people receive the respect and dignity they deserve in pregnancy and childbirth. 

Every person has the right to: – 

  • Safe and appropriate maternity care that respects their dignity
  • Privacy and confidentiality 
  • Make choices about their own pregnancy and childbirth
  • Equality and freedom from discrimination

The Sheffield Sling Surgery and Library was established in 2013, to keep parents and children close and connected.

They have a fantastic team that offer in-person appointments and hires to local parents and caregivers, as well as online Zoom appointments. They have supportive group sessions (Feeding Matters and Sling Bites), postal hires and also sell from the sling spot. 

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