Dear supporters and friends,
Childbirth Choices information seminar – Kyabra Community Association 19th June 2010
Kyabra Community Associations is proud to announce the encore series of Childbirth Choices Information Seminars originally developed and presented by Childbirth Education Association (CEA) in 2008/2009. These seminars present information about early choices in birth for Southside residents, building upon the success of previous seminars which attracted over 50 participants, and received excellent responses.
‘Before attending this seminar I didn’t know a lot about birth options. I now feel I have more information to make an informed choice and have more confidence in going for a natural birth’(Female, planning a pregnancy).
‘Knowledge is power. Feeling empowered during the birth is very important – that’s how I want to feel’ (Female, currently pregnant).
‘Better informed. More confident. Identify what I want and what I don’t want’ (Male, planning a pregnancy)
‘Consolidation of ideas of everything I have read and a good starting point for discussions with my husband’ (Female, currently pregnant).
The 3 hour seminar is ideal for those planning a baby or in early pregnancy, giving a great introduction to local birthing options, and quality independent information about the range of environments, carers and decisions available on the path to having a baby. Our aim is to offer opportunities to be informed, empowered and supported on the journey to the birth experience of your choice, and assist you to have your birth your way.
‘balanced’, ‘lots of information’, ‘wide variety of speakers knowledgeable in their areas’, ‘speakers were passionate and well informed’, ‘very good mixture of explanations and real life stories’, ‘brilliant resources’, ‘relaxed, open and friendly’, ‘easy to ask questions’
Prospective Dads find these interactive seminars really useful too. At previous seminars at least one third of the audience were men, so bring your partner along!
Those attending the seminar also receive a copy of the Childbirth Choices information booklet which explains birth choices, key issues, research and resources.
Call to book in soon as places are limited! Please contact either Mel Hilditch (firstname.lastname@example.org /33739440 or 0403491320) or Trish Landsberger to book in and to arrange complimentary tickets if needed.
A flier is attached, please forward this around your networks, far and wide, and to anyone you know who might be considering pregnancy or in early pregnancy.
Thank you for your support!
Coordinator FREST Program
Kyabra Community Association
PO Box 1103, Sunnybank Hills QLD 4109
Tel: (07) 3373 9440 | Mob: 0403 491 320
Fax: (07) 3373 9444 | Web: www.kyabra.org
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