Tag Archives: midwifery care

Austin Home Birth Meetup - Hospital Transfer

Join birth professionals and experienced home birth parents alike to discuss transferring to the hospital from your home birth.

Continue Reading

What I Love About Midwifery Care - “Prenatal visits are longer and more thorough”

Today is International Day of the Midwife and the perfect day to release another blog in the What I Love About Midwifery Care series. This mama to be is still in the middle of her prenatal care but already has so many reasons to share about why she loves her midwife. What I love about […]

Continue Reading

What I Love About Midwifery Care- “Comfortable atmosphere” & “Professional care”

A first time mom, Jen had great comments to share about the unique bond that grows between caregiver and family as a part of midwifery care. Flexibility in scheduling, fostering a comfortable environment, and the confidence they can inspire in both mom, dad and family about the natural birthing process were just a few of […]

Continue Reading

What I Love About Midwifery Care- It “prepares you for child birth like nothing else ever could”

Here is another client’s thoughts on midwifery care. She touches on a lot of things that are important to the Midwives Model of Care like - Monitoring the psychological and social well-being of the mother in addition to the physical aspects of care. Providing the mother with individualized education, counseling, and prenatal care, as well […]

Continue Reading

Walker’s Birth Story - “She will be our midwife for life.”

We knew we liked Mandy the first time we met, which was at a consultation. We met with a few other midwives, but before we had a chance to make any decisions, we miscarried. At first we had no idea what was happening, so we called Mandy and left a message and also got a […]

Continue Reading

What I Love About Midwifery Care- “Extra emotional support and comfort during labor”

Midwifery care is woman centered and as each woman is unique, what she loves most about her experience is different. I asked my clients to write something about what they found most rewarding during their care and I’m pleased to share the results with you in this series of guest blog posts. Here is the […]

Continue Reading