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Karen Mountney describes the Scottish partnership project, About Families, which brings together evidence on parenting topics and makes it available to voluntary and public sector agencies to help inform their service planning so the needs of parents...
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Julie Brown is Parentcraft Co-ordinator at the antenatal Clinic, University Hospital NHS Trust, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK. She describes the achievements of a multi-professional working group that has developed new systems for refe...
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Mukti Jain Campion, Editor of Disability, Pregnancy and Parenthood International, discusses guidelines for safe management of autonomic hyper-reflexia in labour for mothers with spinal cord injury.
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Nicky Hunter is an Occupational Therapist with the Spinal Outreach Team at Queensland Spinal Cord Injury Service, Princess Alexandra Hospital and Health Services District in Australia. She describes the innovative and collaborative approach of the Sp...
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Following up a recent enquiry, from a disabled mother-to-be, led DPPi Information Officer, Coral Jepson, to contact the Obstetric Anaesthetists’ Association (OAA).
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The following article, by David Mumford and Usha Bhavsar, of The Royal Leicestershire, Rutland and Wycliffe Society for the Blind, is a revised version of an article entitled ‘Learning Parentcraft – The Leicester Project’, which fir...
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