If you knew your government could save in the order of $200M by spending no more than $5M, would you expect them to do it?
If you knew that spending that $5M, could save a further $538M at the same time as improving the health and wellbeing of families across the country, would you INSIST they spend it?
I am confident that I have created just the tool to do this: The Birth Map.
I need your help.
My dream is to see a copy given at the booking in appointment of every pregnancy.
The feedback below will be taken to a meeting with the Health Minister, and opposition, in the lead up to the election to encourage investment into perinatal well being, for women and their partners.
If you have already seen the book, please comment HERE. Your comment might be a review, a testimonial or a plea on behalf of future pregnancies. Women deserve to know what they need to ask.
My goal is to never hear another woman say:
I wish I had known to ask that!
The comments about The Birth Map will also be used to help in applications for grants and funding which will support a formal study into the outcomes of this process. So far, anecdotal information is suggesting that this process has a protective element from birth disappointment, birth trauma and perinatal depression in women and their partners, improves midwives working experience and reduces unnecessary interventions. This means reduced cost to the public health system and a positive experience for Women, partners and maternity workers.
If you are yet to see the book and experience it’s potential, find out more here.