If you would like to learn more about #HomeBirth in #Surrey and #Hampshire we recommend that you come along to one of the Surrey Hills Home Birth team’s monthly forums.
The forums, held throughout the catchment, are a fantastic opportunity to meet the team and local home birthing families. They provide a relaxed, informal setting in which to explore your birth place choices and share #PositiveBirth experiences.
Our next forum…
Alternative dates and venues…
Guildford Children’s Centre, Hazel Avenue, Guildford, GU1 1NR
Thursday the 8th of March 2018
Tuesday the 8th of May 2018
Thursday the 8th of November 2018
Loseley Fields Children’s Centre, Green Lane, Binscombe. GU7 3TB.
Monday the 15th of January
Monday the 9th of April
Monday the 2nd of July
Monday the 1st of October
The Bungalow,Hale Children’s Centre, Upper Hale Road, Farnham.
Friday the 9th of Febuary
Friday the 8th of June
Friday the 14th of September
December to be confirmed
The Community Centre, Sundridge Road, Woking GU22 9AT
Friday the 20th of April 2018
Friday the 3rd of August 2018
Other Dates For Your Diary…
Save the date!
The Surrey Hills Home Birth team is turning seven!
To celebrate we will be hosting our annual summer picnic on Saturday the 18th of August 2018 Loseley Fields Children’s Centre, Green Lane, Binscombe. GU7 3TB.
The Surrey Hills Home Birth Team present a Waterbirth Workshop for parents to be.
With 60% of their clients birthing their babies in water*, and more utilising water to aid them in their labours, the Surrey Hills midwives are very experience at facilitating informed decision making around the use of water in labour and birth, and supporting clients in its use.
Over the course of the evening we will explore:
Why water birth?- The benefits of water for mum and baby
Safety, Risks and Special Considerations – What are the risks of labouring and birthing in water ? When/why you might be advised to get out of the pool? What is the Consultant Led pool room and who can access it.
Caring for you and your baby in the water- How we can maintain safety and support you in your choice to labour and/or birth in water. What to wear. Pharmacological pain relief (drugs) and the use of water. The Birth Partners role and coping methods which compliment the use of the pool.
Tour of the maternity units pools (where vacant) including the Midwifery Led pool rooms and the Consultant Led pool. Demonstration (dry) of portable, inflatable, pool used commonly at home.
Please note that due to the nature of the class we will be sharing videos/images of labour and birth in water.
The Parent craft Room,
Antenatal Clinic level B The Royal Surrey County Hospital
Wednesday the 30th of May 2018
£25 per couple with all money going to the maternity unit. Please book via the antenatal education team: email email@example.com or call: 01483 406725
*Team audit 2016
Royal Surrey Information Evenings: Your Pregnancy Matters
If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy you, and your partner, are invited to the Royal Surrey County Hospitals quarterly information evening to discover more about the care and services Maternity department offers.
*An over view of antenatal services including community care and mental health support
*A talk by Antenatal Education Midwife- to explore the classes on offer and the opportunity to discover the best selection of classes for you.
*Members of the Homebirth, Delivery Suite and Midwifery Led Teams available to discuss your care options.
*A talk by a Professional Midwifery Advocate- explanation of the role, how and when to contact, opportunity to discuss your individual pregnancy/birth plan
*A tour of the maternity unit
This event is FREE but please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01483 406725 to reserve your space. We suggest that you attend between 12 and 18 weeks, however, you are welcome to attend at any gestation.
Information evenings will be held on…
Thursday the 11th of January 2018
Thursday the 8th of February 2018
Thursday the 8th of March 2018
Thursday 26th of April 2018
Thursday the 17th of May 2018
Thursday the 7th of June 2018
(midwives will be available from 18:30 to answer your questions)
Unit Tour 20:30
The Parent craft Room
The Royal Surrey County Hospital
Please note that from December the maternity unit will no longer be hosting weekend tours. All tours of the Maternity department will take place after the Your Pregnancy Matters Events or as part of some antenatal education classes. You are welcome to join us for the tour without attending the talk.