There is No Life After Loss.

Only Life With it.

I Create Space to Have Difficult Conversations Around the Realities of Loss

My Name is Aditi Loveridge


I continually use my voice and my years of personal/professional experience to bring to light this historically brushed over topic; breaking biases for those experiencing miscarriage, stillbirth and infertility.

My mission is to continue to deepen the dialogue around:

If you are interested in joining my mission, I would be honoured to speak at your next event or workshop. Changing the narrative around loss isn’t easy and we can do it, together.

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Social Change award Finalist for the 2023 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards

I am so proud to announce that I have been named a Social Change award Finalist for the 2023 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards! 💜

From a pool of a record-breaking 11,000 nominees, 20 Finalists from coast to coast have been selected to represent 7 Award Categories.

The Social Change Award recognizes an exceptional leader of a registered charity, social enterprise or not-for-profit that is dedicated to their unique brand of social change.

I am incredibly honoured to be one of 3 Regional Finalists being recognized in this category (I couldn’t have made it this far without the incredible PILSC team, particularly my soul sister Danyelle Kaluski)

The winners will be announced and celebrated in person in Toronto at the 31st Annual Awards Gala, on Wednesday, November 22, 2023.

Follow the latest news on this award vist

Special Announcement:

Recognition by Alberta for Outstanding Service

I am incredibly honoured, humbled and grateful to have received a Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal. I couldn’t do this work without Danyelle Kaluski and the entire team at The Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre for who I am grateful for daily. To do this work is one of the greatest privileges of my life. Thank you for the honour!

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What people are saying...

"Aditi Loveridge provided a powerful keynote address at the Mayor’s International Women’s Day event that was incredibly emotional, thought provoking and action inspiring. Her first hand experience with infant loss, her tireless efforts to create and operate PILSC and her dedication to the improvement of lives for ALL people and families experiencing loss makes for an incredibly compelling and important story that more people need to hear.”

- Jenelle Wohlberg, Executive Advisor to the Mayor
“We have had the pleasure of having Aditi present to our members and audience multiple times and will definitely have her back on an annual basis as she offers unique and engaging workshops that can be hard to find. Aditi is able to connect lived experience, professional experience and best practice together in a way that keeps the audience engaged and present in their learning. The feedback we have received each time she has facilitated an event for us reaffirms that the content and difficult work is imperative for all professionals and peers who support perinatal people.”

– Heather Cameron, Executive Director BC Association of Pregnancy Outreach Programs
"Minister Madu (Minister of Labour and Immigration) said he proposed his change after talking to stakeholders including Aditi Loveridge, founder and CEO of the Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre. "

- Minister Kaycee Madu, Minister of Labour and Immigration
"Aditi energized and inspired my social work class with her dynamic speaking style. She was able to engage the class with her thought provoking questions and the intentional ways she explored tough and often heart wrenching topics. She is passionate about social justice so was able to make our experience inclusive to all, with how she delivered the material and validated participation. It was a pleasure to welcome Aditi into our class and our capacity as social workers was vastly increased because of her teachings."

- Anna Harland, Clinical Social Worker
"I have had the privilege of knowing Aditi for over five years. First as a student of mine in professional coaching training, then as a colleague, I have seen the level of commitment that she has to making a huge difference in her community. Aditi is a passionate advocate for people who face barriers, she is eloquent and inspiring in sharing her ideas and actions and she does truly walk her talk. Aditi’s integrity, her honesty and ability to reach people’s hearts is remarkable. Whatever she turns her focus to thrives and her energy and infectious laugh connects her gracefully with her clients, audiences and teams. I am grateful to participate in the orbit of Aditi’s circle and support her in the valuable work she has taken on."

- Carol Vickers, ICF certified coach with MCC
“We were so fortunate to have had Aditi join us for the inaugural Connecting with Compassion gathering in Winnipeg this past weekend. In her powerful keynote, she graced us with her beautiful and ‘real' words of wisdom. Aditi has such an authentic way of sharing her story and healing and connecting to the shared emotions and experiences of others. Thank you for empowering us to go within, while leaning into our pain and creating meaningful inner practices”

- Alysha Angus
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Giving back

Has Been Foundational in My Journey

In late 2018, my pregnancy and infant loss coaching practice was growing. Through this growth, I recognized that there was a much bigger support gap that needed to be filled. That inspired me to start the registered charity, The Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre.  In 2019, we officially opened the doors. Since then, many others have joined me on this soul filling journey and our organization bloomed from just 2 to a team of over 70+ staff and volunteers. 

The Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre has had so much impact in how people are supported on their path to parenthood. In 2021, we fund raised $495, 000 +. We have helped over 1000+ families and continue to have a massive impact throughout Canada and globally. 

If you want to learn more about my charity work, visit