Your baby's movements

Feeling your baby move is a sign that they are well. Find out more about your baby's normal movements during pregnancy.



2017 had the lowest stillbirth rate on record

Figures released by the Office of National Statistics shows 2017 had the lowest stillbirth rate since records began


Author: Elizabeth Hutton

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Fundraising ideas

If you support Kicks Count, we will do our best to ensure you have a great time supporting us. Here you'll find lots of ideas of how you can get involved, there really is something for everyone!



Baby Loss Awareness Week

Baby Loss Awareness Week takes place 9-15th October. During this week families all over the world commemorate the lives of their babies and share memories of the all too brief time they had together.


Author: Lisa Newhouse

Kicks Count Wristbands

What are Kicks Count Wristbands and why and how do you use one?


Author: Lisa Newhouse

Why Ditch the Doppler?

In 2017 Kicks Count launched a campaign to regulate or ban the sale of home dopplers to expectant parents in the UK. Here the CEO explains why.


Author: Lisa Newhouse

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