Donor conception: developing resources and practice guidance
This project will seek to address the information and support needs of the 30,000+ UK donor conceived children and their families, the 20,000+ donors and their families, and those who are contemplating creating a family through donor treatment or becoming donors.
The grantholders will aim to address a series of gaps in the information and support available to donor conception parents and family members, and to donor conceived children, by developing a range of materials and activities to help encourage sensitive disclosure about donor conception origins.
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