The joy of knowing that there is a new life under the mother’s heart may be mixed with fears
indicated by the research pointing to a possible fetal defect.
The idea of abortion is often raised because parents feel helpless and fear that they may not be able to cope, and that their child may suffer after birth. There is also another thought ‘ not to exterminate life’. Added to this, there is also a religious reason which indicates that only God Himself can take the life away and we have no right to do so.
As part of perinatal hospice care, we have been helping families affected by severe children’s illnesses for many years. So far, over 70 couples, who were in a similar situation, allowed their children to be born and received our help.
All care is FREE
Ask your gynecologist, geneticist or cardiologist
for a REFERRAL to a perinatal hospice
(download forms at the bottom of the page).
Katarzyna +48 531 506 681
Joanna +48 695 821 197
Fr Filip +48 607 330 482
Karolina +48 509 733 164
List of incurable, progressive, life-limiting neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases, in which guaranteed benefits are provided in the scope of palliative and hospice care.
awaiting the birth of a child, if you have learned from your gynecologist, cardiologist or geneticist that your child’s life is in danger, ask your doctor for a referral to the Perinatal Hospice – you will find help here.
The letter you see is a request from a child to its mother. It was edited by mothers whose children were under our care.
after being notified.
None, of the more than 100 couples who
were in a similar situation to yours, regretted using
As part of hospice perinatal care,
we help families affected by
severe illnesses of children.
So far, we have had a dozen or so children,
whose parents let their children be born.
We provide full care for children
suffering from incurable diseases,
who cannot be cared for and treated
at home temporarily or permanently.
Hospice care enables
the child to stay in its own
home while maintaining high
standards of medical, psychological,
pedagogical, social and spiritual care.