Social isolation, extended wait lists and women living in regional communities can find it difficult to access traditional perinatal support services.
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Wondering how to survive a new baby when you're so very, very tired? Here's 10 Tips for Tired New Parents.
You're going to be a dad - congratulations! These 7 tips, tricks, and guidelines will help you face first-time fatherhood.
We are asking for men with partners who are pregnant or have recently had a baby and feeling OK, to help us understand how we can adapt digital tools to support men’s mental health as they make the transition to parenthood.
Parenthood is a time of transition. Self-care is important as caring for yourself means caring for your baby. Try to take each day as it comes.
One in 5 women experience depression or anxiety during pregnancy, or after having a baby. So what is it and how can you get help?
Your MumSpace Perinatal Depression and Anxiety Awareness Kit contains social media tiles focussing on perinatal mental health and the support tools available. Please feel free to download these and share these via your networks.
Your mental health is important, especially during pregnancy and the year after birth (the perinatal period) when approximately 1 in 5 women experience clinical depression.
MumSpace is supporting the mental health of new and expectant mums with perinatal Tip Sheets to help with your transition to parenthood.
Parenthood is a time of transition requiring both mothers and fathers to adapt to new roles, demands and responsibilities. Parents need to continue to make changes to their life to accommodate their own changing needs, those of their baby and partner.