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About the review course
Our Birth and Baby Reality review course is designed for those who already have children. It provides an opportunity to think about and reflect upon previous labour experiences, and allows you to prepare yourself for your forthcoming labour. This is a popular course, and provides second/third/fourth timers with a special class that has been designed especially for them.
More importantly this day will offer an opportunity for you to focus upon your next child which can sometimes be difficult with toddlers and other children running around. We will explore ways in which to help introduce a new baby to your existent family, looking at the particular needs of older siblings.
Each course is unique and designed around the groups needs. Open to mums and / or partners, we limit the course to no more than 8 couples. We believe this helps build relationships by meeting like minded people going through the same experience. We know relationship building is an important support network after the arrival of your baby.
Birth and Baby Reality know how crucial post natal support is that is why we offer to all of our clients’ optional coffee mornings with a guest speaker talking about post natal topics. We listen to feedback from our mums, and if they feel they would benefit from a specific topic we will invite an appropriate speaker to attend. In addition we have a face book presence with a network of over 250 local parents, enabling you to post any questions to all members and the Birth and Baby Reality team 24/7.
Our courses are facilitated by very experienced antenatal teachers. All teachers are affiliated with the Federation of Antenatal Teachers (FEDANT), and pro-actively involved with local maternity and labour ward forums, building strong relationships with local midwives, and keeping them up to date with local hospital practices.