Hi there, I am a student midwife and participating in the Continuity of Care Experience. This program is voluntary and allows me as a student to gain experience by supporting you during your pregnancy and the early post-natal period, as you are navigating your way through the challenges and joy that a new baby can bring! By participating in the program you receive some extra support when you need it most, and a familiar face throughout your maternity care. My involvement in your pregnancy is completely up to you, the program anticipates that I will attend 2 antenatal appointments and 2 postnatal appointments, birth support if desired and any extra phone calls, meetings and advice. I am supported by the university and a Registered Midwife. If you would like more information from me, or to know more about the program, don't hesitate to contact further or post below, happy to answer any questions. I am in the bayside/south eastern suburbs of melbourne. I love studying midwifery and am looking forward to supporting women and their families through such a beautiful and natural experience. - Hollie
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06-08-2013 11:10 #1Junior Member
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Pregnancy support from a student midwife
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