Information evening on giving birth
We organise monthly information sessions about childbirth. During these sessions, which you can attend when you are around 32 weeks pregnant, the midwife will give you all the important information about the birth and the initial postnatal period.
Coronavirus: Because we are currently unable to give an information evening about labour and birth, we are happy to have been granted the permission of Holliday Tyson, Canadian midwife, to share some video’s she made for her clients. We love the way Holliday shares her information. We feel her view on midwifery and birth is very similar to ours.
And for those of you who speak a little bit Dutch, see our home made ones!
Information session about breastfeeding
We provide information sessions to prepare yourself on giving breastfeeding.
Marieke van Luin, from Mamma Minds, is an experienced lactation counselor IBCLC. She will share with you all you need to know so that you walk away with more than simply the basics. This is also a great and informative session for partners!
Until further notice via Zoom because of the Corona virus.
The following topics will be covered:
- The uniqueness of breast milk
- Latching the baby onto the breast
- Breastfeeding during the postnatal maternity week
- Difficult breastfeeding situations
- The role of the partner
English: Live from April 2022
Thursday March 3rd, 7-9 pm (via zoom)
Saturday April 23th, 1-3 pm
Saturday May 28th, 1-3 pm
Saterday July 16th, 1-3 pm
Registering for antenatal information sessions
To attend one or both of the sessions, please register by email at email@example.com. Please state your name, team yellow/red, and whether you come alone or with your partner. Or send an email via the link ‘Register’.
The childbirth information evening is €10 per person (please pay cash on the night).
The breastfeeding information morning session is €25 per pregnant woman; partners are free (payment info via the assistant).
Both information sessions are held in our classroom above the child health clinic:
De Genestetstraat 3-1.