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Multiple Birth Awareness Week 2017

AMBA launches annual Multiple Birth Awareness Week 

to raise awareness of the social and emotional impacts on multiple birth children from not focusing on the individual.

The Australian Multiple Birth Association (AMBA) today announced the theme for this year’s Multiple Birth Awareness Week (MBAW), running from 12‐19 th March 2017. The annual week‐long event centres around running community events to raise awareness of the important work done by AMBA and local clubs around Australia in providing vital support to multiple birth families. In 2017, AMBA is focusing on raising awareness around the individuality of multiples; that even though they share a special bond as multiples, they are still unique individuals.

The theme for 2017 is "Born a multiple; also an individual"
Sunday 12 March to Sunday 19 March 2017

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What to expect when you're expecting multiples

twin boysDiscovering you are expecting twins, triplets or more is a surprise and shock to most, even if they were aware there was a chance! Most parents feel a sense of bewilderment: "How are we going to cope?" "What do I need?" "How will this affect my pregnancy?" "What are the risks?" "What support is there?"

The prospect of birth can be such a daunting one that many parents find it hard to think beyond that miraculous and improbable event. Try to bear in mind that once your babies are here, you will be very busy. The time before they arrive is a great opportunity to research some of the practical issues ahead of you, reading up on everything", from what happens in a multiple birth to twin/triplet sleep routines.

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AMBA launches the Purple Butterfly initiative to help bereaved families of twins, triplets or more

The Australian Multiple Birth Association (AMBA) has launched the Purple Butterfly initiative – a simple and sensitive way to let others know about the loss of a baby, or babies, from a set of multiples.

In Australia, some 300 babies from a set of multiples passed away in 2014.

AMBA is working with the Skye High Foundation to provide Purple Butterflies to be displayed on infants’ beds while in hospital so that families are given the support and understanding that they need from staff and other parents.

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AMBA Magazine 2016


Our diverse
community on show


Fraternal twins
forging their
own paths


The AMBA Magazine is a highly respected, glossy publication and a much-loved read for parents of multiples across Australia and their families. Its focus is on providing real-life insights into life with twins, triplets or more, as well as highlighting a selection of the medical and lifestyle challenges that are a reality for families with multiples.

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Top tips for life with multiples

Life with multiples can be challenging, hectic, frantic and overwhelming. It can also be fun and enjoyable! There are several key ingredients to a happy and harmonious life with multiples. Here are the top tips for life with multiples, as identified by real parents of multiples.

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Parents of twins or more are at high risk of anxiety and depression

Perinatal Depression (PND), or Post-partum mood disorder (PPMD) is two to three times more common in parents of twins or higher order multiples than parents of singleton babies, according to recent research.

In support of Perinatal Depression and Anxiety Awareness Week held recently from 15-21 November, the Australian Multiple Birth Association (AMBA) encouraged those expecting twins or higher order multiples to connect with others as early support can lead to better outcomes.

AMBA Communications Director Ali Mountifield, mum to triplets, said multiple birth parents were at increased risk of perinatal mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.

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AMBA & HUGGIES® Nappy Offer

Join an AMBA club and receive a FREE* convenience case of HUGGIES® Newborn or Infant Nappies, delivered to your door! AMBA and HUGGIES® are delighted to announce a joint initiative for new AMBA members*.

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