Day of Service: Tuesday & Thursday
Time: 1.00pm to 3.00pm
Venue: Online Via Microsoft Teams (Virtual Due to Covid 19)
A Solihull Approach group for
parents-to-be, fathers, partners and family members or friends
attending the birth
The group will run for 5 weeks (plus an optional 6th session
How to Book a place:
Call and antenatal support worker
– Rukhsana Rahman (available Tues, Wed and Fri 9am-5pm) 07958 206 120
Or call St Paul’s Trust Children Centre on: 0121 464 6349
What is this group?
This is a friendly relaxed
group where you can take time out of your busy life to stop and think about
your feelings and how you can cope with your pregnancy, labour and the birth of
your baby, what support you need and the practical things that will be
helpful to you, such as pain relief, positions in labour and caring for your baby
when they are born.
Who would find the group interesting?
Mothers, fathers, partners, and family or friends who will be supporting you.
What will the group include?
Information about different
types of labour positions and pain relief.
time to think and talk about what support you need during the pregnancy and
labour and giving birth.
A DVD about baby’s emotional
brain development and how babies communicate with you before and after they are
Information about feeding your
baby when they arrive, how to respond to your baby’s needs, and advice about
sudden infant death (SIDS).
There is a session about
holding your baby, changing their nappy and bathing your baby.
about feelings some mothers may experience after the birth such as baby blues
and postnatal depression.