Student Midwife-Offering Places In Continuity of Care Program
I am offering places in my Continuity of Care Program- a requirement of my Midwifery degree. This program allows me to follow the woman's journey through pregnancy, provide support and continuity of care.
If you are interested and willing to participate in the program I will keep in regular contact with you and attend and support you through your antenatal appointments and birth (if you wish). I have a holistic and woman-centered philosophy of care and I will work with you and your support network, as lead by you. You may withdraw at any time, no questions asked.
I will learn through observation, while providing you with personalised maternity support, free of charge - including assisting with any needs/questions you may have.
All support is confidential. I am endorsed by Deakin University and midwifery staff oversee all of my work. I am able to provide you with information regarding a Police Check, a Working With Children Check, all of my own immunisations and I am trained to perform Level 2 Senior First Aid.
I would love to hear from you and possibly care for you through your journey. If you would like to sign up or find out more about my Continuity of Care Program please feel free to contact me, or pass on my details. All the best and congratulations!
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22-03-2014 10:04 #1Junior Member
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Student Midwife-Offering places in a Continuity of Care Experience
23-03-2014 10:20 #2
I have moved this to the 'Seeking a student midwife/doula' area for you.
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