Joint Statement on Protecting Breastfeeding

We want the new government to invest in the health of women and children by supporting and protecting breastfeeding. Read more

Baby Buddy launches in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin

Following record high download rates in 2019, Baby Buddy has been formally launched across Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin. Read more

Best Beginnings' 2019 highlights so far - End of October 2019

Best Beginnings continues to work to reduce social inequalities and help give every child the best start in life. Thanks to the generosity of individuals, Trusts and Foundations, business and community fundraisers, we have been able to support more than three million families to date and we are delighted to share just some of this year’s highlights so far. Read more

Baby Buddy's new feature: You and Your Partner

You and Your Partner is a new feature in Baby Buddy that has been created by relationship experts. It has been developed by Baby Buddy creators, Best Beginnings in partnership with relationship charity, One Plus One. You and Your Partner is designed to help you strengthen your relationship with your partner for yours and your baby’s sake. Read more

Small Wonders Change Programme - now an e-learning tool for health professionals

It has been almost three years since we first approached Health Education England about the possibility of adapting the Small Wonders Change Programme for the purpose of professional development, as an e-learning programme. We are happy to announce that it's finally happening Read more

Support Best Beginnings using Amazon Smile!

We are happy to announce that you can support Best Beginnings charity while shopping on Read more here. Read more

Best Beginnings launches Postpartum Psychosis video in Baby Buddy

In the wake of the recent airing of the Louis Theroux Documentary "Mothers on the Edge", Best Beginning launches a postpartum psychosis video in Baby Buddy to show parents that as frightening as it is (and that in can literally happen to anyone - no history of mental illness necessary) with the right support, a full recovery is possible. Read more