Posted on Friday 3rd October 2014 5:16 pm
Building on our proud reputation for easy-to-read and assimilate, yet accurate, information for young parents, we have just revised our guide for young mums and mums-to-be, I'm going to have a baby! This reflects changes in benefits, organisations, new acronyms, etc. In the ten years since its launch the guide has been used with great success by agencies, large and small, to ensure young parents have immediate access to all the information they need, including: What happens next? All the things you need to think about, right up to the birth: how to tell people, who to tell, looking after yourself and your baby, keeping healthy, considering your future, money issues, where you will live, thinking about the birth etc. Looking after your baby Being a great parent: feeding, bathing, travelling, reducing the risks to baby, what if you can't cope? Looking after yourself Being a mum, your health, childcare, substance misuse, sex and contraception, social workers. Thinking about your future Courses, money, jobs, etc. Get the benefit A clear route-through guide to your entitlements, including housing advice. Who Else Can Help? Several pages of the most valuable contacts. Who buys I?m going to have a baby? NHS authorities, charities, children?s centres, dads? groups, specialist midwives, councils, charities, youth groups, Safeguarding Boards, young offender services and others. We also provide a customizing service for larger concerns (15 authorities to date). Pay by credit card/paypal You can now order online, or via email ? we can invoice you, or pay immediately via Paypal/credit card.