Bliss Baby Charity

Bliss Baby Charity

@Blisscharity

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Following676

Our vision is that every baby born premature or sick in the UK has the best chance of survival and quality of life. RTs are not endorsements.

London, England
Joined on May 28, 2009
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @Blisscharity and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
10 hours
Average replies
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Average retweets
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Average likes
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Tweets with photos
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145. in country United Kingdom and category NGO

485. in country United Kingdom and category Society

We know parents of babies born premature or sick may have questions about COVID-19.

👉 We’re continuing to update our information with latest guidance: https://t.co/HbqlmBRqpm
👉 We’re here at hello@bliss.org.uk
👉 Chat to a Bliss Champions for support: https://t.co/f7fjEYKgss https://t.co/brL7CbGCHu

We know parents of babies born premature or sick may have questions about COVID-19. 👉 We’re continuing to update our information with latest guidance: https://t.co/HbqlmBRqpm 👉 We’re here at hello@bliss.org.uk 👉 Chat to a Bliss Champions for support: https://t.co/f7fjEYKgss https://t.co/brL7CbGCHu

Are you passionate about ensuring every baby has the best possible outcomes – and about the power of research to make this happen?

We're recruiting for a Senior Research and Involvement Officer to oversee a new ambitious project.

Apply here: https://t.co/Op1DJQJF0T https://t.co/Ob0LBxtXkI

Are you passionate about ensuring every baby has the best possible outcomes – and about the power of research to make this happen? We're recruiting for a Senior Research and Involvement Officer to oversee a new ambitious project. Apply here: https://t.co/Op1DJQJF0T https://t.co/Ob0LBxtXkI

Sarra Hoy
18 hours ago

Quoted @Blisscharity

Would you like your child's art on our Christmas cards?☃ If they were born premature or sick, ask them to draw a design & we’ll pick one for our new cards! Please send a photo of the design to media@bliss.org.uk by 26/10 with your child's name & reason for their neonatal stay https://t.co/YavBnHq2CK

Would you like your child's art on our Christmas cards?☃ If they were born premature or sick, ask them to draw a design & we’ll pick one for our new cards! Please send a photo of the design to media@bliss.org.uk by 26/10 with your child's name & reason for their neonatal stay https://t.co/YavBnHq2CK

Great news, especially if you’re enduring a rainy half term and have run out of play ideas! ☔️ 🌧 @Blisscharity are accepting late submissions to their 🎄 Christmas card🎄competition! Enter NOW for a chance to have your child's art on their Christmas cards this year!! 👇👇👇 https://t.co/5d8uzqYHt4

@Blisscharity have offered to write letters to Trust CEOs in support of unrestricted parental access to neonatal units as part of their #parentsarentvisitors campaign.

Find out more: https://t.co/j9MZzKyP10 https://t.co/cHImB7gd6B

@Blisscharity have offered to write letters to Trust CEOs in support of unrestricted parental access to neonatal units as part of their #parentsarentvisitors campaign. Find out more: https://t.co/j9MZzKyP10 https://t.co/cHImB7gd6B

Louise shares her tips for talking to a friend with a baby in neonatal care: “don’t say things like “He’ll get there...” because you can’t predict what the future will hold. Keep in contact even if they don’t respond to every message.” #WednesdayWisdom https://t.co/i5bD9YKh9g

Louise shares her tips for talking to a friend with a baby in neonatal care: “don’t say things like “He’ll get there...” because you can’t predict what the future will hold. Keep in contact even if they don’t respond to every message.” #WednesdayWisdom https://t.co/i5bD9YKh9g

Quoted @Blisscharity

One of our corporate partners is looking into how current circumstances are affecting the time parents can spend with their babies on the neonatal unit. Please take the short survey to help them better understand how they can support families. https://t.co/rTNCwmBUuf https://t.co/62xAPWqCPN

One of our corporate partners is looking into how current circumstances are affecting the time parents can spend with their babies on the neonatal unit. Please take the short survey to help them better understand how they can support families. 

https://t.co/rTNCwmBUuf https://t.co/62xAPWqCPN

If you've had a baby in neonatal care since March 2020, there's still time to fill out this short survey and help one of our corporate partners better support parents with babies currently on the neonatal unit. Thank you. https://t.co/6mztF5tVxC

Were you born premature? The neoWONDER study is looking to involve adults who were born premature in their work looking at the long-term health and educational outcomes of prematurity. Sign up to be involved here: https://t.co/56PogmRsU2 https://t.co/wcesNVTek0

Were you born premature? The neoWONDER study is looking to involve adults who were born premature in their work looking at the long-term health and educational outcomes of prematurity. Sign up to be involved here: https://t.co/56PogmRsU2 https://t.co/wcesNVTek0

"The clothes from Tu being modelled by Elsie. When she has outgrown them they will be donated to the NICU unit.” - Alex

@tu_clothing at Sainsbury’s are partnering with us for their first premature clothing range. Find out more: https://t.co/e01QPIvrlR https://t.co/hGmFLvw6OX
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"The clothes from Tu being modelled by Elsie. When she has outgrown them they will be donated to the NICU unit.” - Alex @tu_clothing at Sainsbury’s are partnering with us for their first premature clothing range. Find out more: https://t.co/e01QPIvrlR https://t.co/hGmFLvw6OX

Are you the dad of a baby who has received neonatal care during the pandemic or the partner of someone who has had a premature or sick baby at this time? Share your experience to help inform our campaigns to ensure all families have the support they need: https://t.co/vZJG334YWY https://t.co/VfDL5cFBxt

Are you the dad of a baby who has received neonatal care during the pandemic or the partner of someone who has had a premature or sick baby at this time? Share your experience to help inform our campaigns to ensure all families have the support they need: https://t.co/vZJG334YWY https://t.co/VfDL5cFBxt

Our partner WaterWipes would like to hear from healthcare professionals how we can help you to support families on the unit this World Prematurity Day.  Take our short survey and comment below when completed for the chance to win a WaterWipes hamper:
https://t.co/YCpp9VfMER https://t.co/qWRwauxFZW

Our partner WaterWipes would like to hear from healthcare professionals how we can help you to support families on the unit this World Prematurity Day. Take our short survey and comment below when completed for the chance to win a WaterWipes hamper: https://t.co/YCpp9VfMER https://t.co/qWRwauxFZW

"Keelan was born in 1995 at 25 weeks weighing 720g at Wordsley Hospital. He spent 93 days on the SCBU before going home a week before his due date. Keelan got married recently to his beautiful wife Agnes, making me the proudest mum to all three of my sons." #MilestoneMondays https://t.co/lDWx2P3zMz
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"Keelan was born in 1995 at 25 weeks weighing 720g at Wordsley Hospital. He spent 93 days on the SCBU before going home a week before his due date. Keelan got married recently to his beautiful wife Agnes, making me the proudest mum to all three of my sons." #MilestoneMondays https://t.co/lDWx2P3zMz

Raffolux are kindly hosting a raffle in support of Bliss! Enter now for a chance to win a bundle of brand new Apple products and all profits from your entry will go towards helping to support premature and sick babies, and their families: https://t.co/FiHbqRm97d https://t.co/uVTHBwiien

Raffolux are kindly hosting a raffle in support of Bliss! Enter now for a chance to win a bundle of brand new Apple products and all profits from your entry will go towards helping to support premature and sick babies, and their families: https://t.co/FiHbqRm97d https://t.co/uVTHBwiien

Going home from the neonatal unit can be an exciting but worrying time, especially in the first few weeks. That’s why we have information for parents preparing to go home with their baby, covering common questions. Read our information online: https://t.co/rHRbowHrjZ https://t.co/F6jQOGPfw2

Going home from the neonatal unit can be an exciting but worrying time, especially in the first few weeks. That’s why we have information for parents preparing to go home with their baby, covering common questions. Read our information online: https://t.co/rHRbowHrjZ https://t.co/F6jQOGPfw2

How do you make NICU feel like home when you need to stay there for 10 weeks? In this week's blog, Kate describes how cards and a personalised incubator cover made it feel more like their own: https://t.co/diQjholsK9 https://t.co/YQ80IGxlhS

How do you make NICU feel like home when you need to stay there for 10 weeks? In this week's blog, Kate describes how cards and a personalised incubator cover made it feel more like their own: https://t.co/diQjholsK9 https://t.co/YQ80IGxlhS

We're marking #DownSyndromeAwarenessMonth by sharing a letter written by Arti, whose son Niam has Down Syndrome. In the letter, she hopes to encourage new parents of babies with Down Syndrome to look towards the bright future that lies ahead: https://t.co/zEaugNwYPn https://t.co/lD1o9kLAqD
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We're marking #DownSyndromeAwarenessMonth by sharing a letter written by Arti, whose son Niam has Down Syndrome. In the letter, she hopes to encourage new parents of babies with Down Syndrome to look towards the bright future that lies ahead: https://t.co/zEaugNwYPn https://t.co/lD1o9kLAqD

There's still time to help review our information for families. We’re revising our information about respiratory conditions and would love to hear your thoughts and experiences. Please complete our survey to help us shape our information to help families: https://t.co/oQrHnvwJxg https://t.co/9sYhqC1M6O

There's still time to help review our information for families. We’re revising our information about respiratory conditions and would love to hear your thoughts and experiences. Please complete our survey to help us shape our information to help families: https://t.co/oQrHnvwJxg https://t.co/9sYhqC1M6O

Last year, neonatal units taking part in our Baby Charter Programme made more than 20 improvements to their behavioural care for babies. For example, Harrogate Neonatal Unit have started offering baby massage classes! #ThankYouNeonatalWorkers https://t.co/ge8ZHnVzix

Last year, neonatal units taking part in our Baby Charter Programme made more than 20 improvements to their behavioural care for babies. For example, Harrogate Neonatal Unit have started offering baby massage classes! #ThankYouNeonatalWorkers https://t.co/ge8ZHnVzix

'I couldn't hold my baby': powerful coverage in @guardian of impact of COVID on parents' ability to be with their babies in neonatal care. Urgent need for national guidance on parent access to neonatal units #ParentsArentVisitors https://t.co/2aAaRkAEf8

Join us in raising awareness and funds to help support babies in neonatal care

💜 Go on a torchlit walk on Saturday 14 November
💜 Light a candle on your return to celebrate and remember babies born premature or sick

Get your free fundraising pack today: https://t.co/F8AUtoijTR https://t.co/Mnx7f32Aah

Join us in raising awareness and funds to help support babies in neonatal care 💜 Go on a torchlit walk on Saturday 14 November 💜 Light a candle on your return to celebrate and remember babies born premature or sick Get your free fundraising pack today: https://t.co/F8AUtoijTR https://t.co/Mnx7f32Aah

As parents we are so grateful to the neonatal professionals who care for our babies Here @Blisscharity shares some self care tips to help healthcare professionals as they navigate these uncertain and challenging times. https://t.co/VXP2chOtrg

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