This website is a space to find, connect and collaborate with other practitioners, volunteers, commissioners, funders and parents.
Informal peer support can make a unique and invaluable contribution to achieving healthier pregnancies, better births and healthier babies.
Stage 1. Vision, goals and context
Stage 2. Designing your programme
Stage 3. Setting up your programme
Stage 4. Delivering your programme
Stage 5. Reviewing and improving your programme
If you need any help or advice please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office hours are: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
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Due to popular demand, Maternity Action will be hosting three further special webinars on rights at work and benefits for pregnant women and their ... Read more
Solace Peer Support’s latest research has highlighted a need for a different approach to antenatal group support for marginalised ... Read more
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