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    Smile ACU student midwife looking for pregnant women in Melbourne

    Hi,

    My name is Thu-Huyen. I am a second year midwifery student. I am looking for women who may be interested in taking part in the Follow Through Journey Program. If you are less than 35 weeks pregnant and need support during your pregnancy, this program would be perfect for you. The program involves sharing your experience of pregnancy and birth and allowing a student midwife to provide you with generous support during your antenatal appointments, birth/labour (optional) and postnatal period. Your generous help is very much needed and I would be more than happy to be part of your exciting journey.

    I live in the Western Suburbs but I am willing to travel.

    If you are looking for a one-to-one relationship where you will be provided with generous support during you pregnancy, birth and your transition to parenthood, please feel free to contact me via my email: ttlett008@myacu.edu.au or you can PM me. Thanks.
    Last edited by ACUbmidstudent; 18-04-2012 at 19:48.


 

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