Saturday, 6 April 2013

Home Birth Conference 2013

The 2013 Home Birth Conference is on in Dublin soon, I'll definitely be going. It's a must for any prospective parents, anyone looking for a positive birth experience. Even if you know you will have a hospital birth I'd still recommend you go to get some great advice for a positive pregnancy and labour / breastfeeding. Book before tomorrow midnight to get the early bird offer. It's a great family day, children are very welcome, and there will be representatives from breastfeeding support groups too.

This here link will take you to the Homebirth site.
Further info below:
This year the theme is:

Water birth in Ireland

will take place at the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
on Sunday 21st April 9am-6pm
Keynote Speaker Ethel Burns. Water birth Expert.
A midwifery lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, UK., Ethel has a particular fascination for the underpinning evidence-based practice relating to labour and birth.  She has published widely in the areas of aromatherapy during labour and water birth.  Ethel is active in clinical practice and works on midwifery related projects in different countries.  Ethel will give two talks at the conference, both related to water birth.

Other speakers to include: Philomena Canning SECM, Birth couples, Midwives from midwifery-led care in Ireland and birth advocates.

Earlybird registration from €31, Registration on the day from €35.
 - Morning and Afternoon tea/coffee included
- Fruit and toddler snacks included
- Free Parking
- Prize Raffle
- Retail & Information stalls
Please note in the interests of keeping costs down, the conference fee DOES NOT include lunch. Lunch options are available at the hotel and Joels restaurant just outside.the hotel.
Early registration using paypal available here ...
Early registration by post, please download our early registration form.
Early registration closes 7 April.

Hope to see you all there!

Please contact Gail Mackey if you would like a stall at the conference.
 News from our home-front: Charlie's been testing to see if his toys move at night. Today he discovered a Spiderman and Penguin crossed the room and landed on top of a picture at night. He's excited. I'm scared. 

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