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Online resources for expectant and new parents during coronavirus

A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, birth professionals and organizations have figured out who to ensure that parents get the care they need. Here are just some new parent resources and support services available to expectant parents and families with newborns amid the COVID. Check with your birth care provider for their list as well.

COVID-19-Specific Birth Preparation

Evidence-based Birth (free class):

Childbirth, Breastfeeding, & Newborn Care Classes
Mental Health / Stress Reduction
Pregnancy and Postpartum Yoga & Fitness
Parent Mentoring and Newborn Support
Pregnancy and Postpartum Nutrition
Lactation Consultant Services
Infant loss
COVID-19 Information

Cheryl Murfin, CD, is a longtime writer, a certified doula, and mother of two grown up humans. She owns Nesting Instincts Seattle .


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Resources for expectant and new parents during coronavirus

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Cheryl Murfin