Offering Lynda’s Multiple-Birth Prenatal Curriculum geared for Non-Medically Trained Individuals wishing to start multiple-birth prenatal classes in their community!
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This essential, 25-page, downloadable PDF is everything the non-medically trained presenter would need to instruct Multiple-Birth Prenatal Classes. They are geared for individuals with little or no medical background and who are interested in starting multiple-birth specific prenatal classes in their community. Each lesson is broken down step by step, from conception to delivery and beyond, so you can easily support parents. Multiple-birth support chapters, in particular, will find it an easy step from the conception to fruition of their classes.
The Guidelines include all the information needed to set up or augment your multiple-birth classes. Content covers a multiple-birth pregnancy and birth and first few weeks with rich, pertinent, detailed information and resources that parents need and be interested in. Topics include: nutrition, dad/partner’s role, unexpected outcomes, breastfeeding two babies simultaneously, dealing with the roller coaster emotions around being pregnant with multiples, preparation of other children/pets, cherishing the marital relationship, community support organizations and resources, items to have on hand in class to demonstrate parents’ special journey, relevant books and internet resources, glossary of terms and definitions so that you can properly use or explain terms parents will be hearing at their medical visits, and more.
About the Author
The content is written by Lynda P. Haddon, a Multiple Birth Educator with over 22 years of teaching
multiple-birth prenatal classes in Ottawa, Canada and area. Haddon is a mother of twins and two singletons.
Over 1,000 families expecting twins and triplets have benefitted from her classes. Content includes relevant topics such as:
- prenatal nutritional needs
- preparing the other children for the arrivals
- recognizing preterm labour
- father/partner’s role in the pregnancy and births
- what parents can expect in the delivery room
- unexpected outcomes
- breastfeeding/feeding information and challenges
- getting the babies on the same schedule
- working with sleep deprivation
- prioritizing necessary tasks
- keeping an on-going check on the marital relationship
- and so much more!
Haddon has been recognized locally, nationally and internationally by Multiple Births Canada and United Way for her work with multiple-birth families and in low birth weight prevention.
Don’t miss out on either creating or augmenting your multiple-birth classes with this easy to read and essential program content, easily tweaked to meet the needs in your own community.