Handouts

(Click on pictures to download handout)

Pregnancy:

Dad's view, Becoming a parent (NCT)

Birth place decisions (RCM)

Caring for your pelvic floor (NCT)

Perineal Stretching/Massage (Carolyn Hastie includes graphic illustrations)

Low-lying placenta (NCT)

Breech baby (NCT)

Your baby's movements in pregnancy (RCOG)


Pre-Eclampsia (APEC)


 Gestational Diabetes (RCOG)


Group B Strep (RCOG)


Understanding how risk is discussed in healthcare (RCOG)

Labour:


Guide to Labour (NCT)

Straightforward birth (NCT)

Positions for labour and birth (NCT)


Using water for labour and birth (NCT)

Homebirth (NCT)



Pain in Labour: Your Hormones are your helpers (Dr Sarah Buckley)


Pain Relief in Labour (OAA)

Postnatal:
















Building a happy baby

This link takes you to Dr Jack Newman's leaflet on skin to skin

The Importance of Skin to Skin contact (Dr Jack Newman)


Vitamin K (NCT)



Dad's View, Early Days with your baby (NCT)

Bathtime tips for new parents (NCT)


Baby care back to basics (TIPS)

What's in a nappy? (NCT)


Caring for your baby at night (Unicef)


Normal Infant Sleep (ISIS)


Where Babies Sleep (ISIS)


Bed-Sharing and Safety (ISIS)


Sleep aids - Dummies, Swaddling and Baby Sleep Bags (ISIS)

Sleep Training (ISIS)

Using a sling for daytime sleeps (ISIS)


Babywearing & Slings (trifold leaflet, formatted for printing)


T.I.C.K.S. for Safe Babywearing



Living with Reflux


Common signs & symptoms for meningitis & septicaemia (Meningitis Now)

Blood loss after birth (NCT)

Postnatal Depression Leaflet (PANDAS)


Leaflet for fathers on PND (HAPIS)



Breastfeeding:

Off to the Best Start (NHS/UNICEF)

Baby's Breastfeeding Cues

Breastfeeding Step by Step (NCT)

Reasons to be proud (NCT)

Breastfeeding - how long? (NCT)
Breastfeeding and your Nipples (NCT)


Fathers and breastfeeding (NCT)


Introducing Solids (NHS/UNICEF)

Babies and Pets:
A new baby and the family dog (Dogs Trust)

Cats and children (Cats Protection)


Twins:

MonochorionicTwins - Information for parents when twins share one placenta. (Multiple Births Foundation)

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