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The Disabled Women"s Guide to Pregnancy and Birth

by JUDITH ROGERS

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Published by Demos Medical Publishing in New York .
Written in English


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FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL24272614M
ISBN 109781934559437

Chapter Pregnancy. Deciding to have a baby; Planning your pregnancy and birth; Staying healthy during pregnancy; The 9 months of pregnancy; Discomforts during pregnancy; Common health problems; Working for change; Chapter Labor and birth. Labor and birth; Birth by operation (Cesarean section, c‑section) Danger signs during labor. Tommy's books now available online only. We are no longer producing our pregnancy books in print, including Having a Healthy Pregnancy and The Young Woman's Guide to Pregnancy. All the information is now available online.

Lesley A. Tarasoff There is very little research concerning pregnancy, labour, birth and motherhood among women with physical disabilities and women with disabilities more broadly. While most women face a variety of social and emotional pressures to have children, research has found that women with disabilities have a very different experience, as they are often pressured. More disabled women are having children. Associated Press. Retrieved Octo from. Rogers, J. (). Pregnancy Planning for Women with Mobility Disabilities. In: JH Stone, M Blouin, editors. International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Rogers, J. (). The Disabled Woman's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth. New York: Demos Publishing.

Book reviews Sexuality and fertility issues in health and disability: from early adolescence to adulthood In this book Rachel Balen and Marilyn Crawshaw bring together personal, professional and academic perspectives from a variety of disciplines to examine the impact of illness or disability on young people’s sexual and fertile identities.   Experiences such as these spurred on Isabella, and others at Disability, Pregnancy and Parenthood international (DPPi), a charity that offers parents support and fills the information gap, to.


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The Disabled Women"s Guide to Pregnancy and Birth by JUDITH ROGERS Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thoroughly researched and informative, this book is a practical guide both for disabled women planning for pregnancy and the health professionals who work with them. The Disabled Woman's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth supports the right of all women to choose motherhood, and will be useful for any disabled woman who desires to have a by:   The Disabled Woman's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth is a comprehensive and useful guide based on the real-life experiences of women with disabilities who have chosen to have children.

Empathetic, balanced, and practical, it is the only book that answers critical questions and provides guidance for the woman with a disability facing one of the biggest challenges of her : Judith Rogers.

Thoroughly researched and informative, this book is a practical guide both for disabled women planning for pregnancy and the health professionals who work with them.

The Disabled Woman's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth supports the right of all women to choose motherhood, and will be useful for any disabled woman who desires to have a :   The Disabled Woman's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth supports the right of all women to choose motherhood, and will be useful for any disabled woman who desires to have a child.

The subjects covered include an Thoroughly researched and informative, this book is a practical guide both for disabled women planning for pregnancy and the health professionals who work with them/5.

Thoroughly researched and informative, this book is a practical guide both for disabled women planning for pregnancy and the health professionals who work with them.

The Disabled Woman's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth supports the right of all women to choose motherhood, and will be useful for any disabled woman who desires to have a child. Guide to Pregnancy and Birth for Women with Disabilities, by Judith Rogers and Molleen Matsumura. The purpose of this book is to provide information to readers; it is meant to be a guide and does not provide medical advice.

Always consult your doctor for medical advice. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Rogers, Size: 1MB. "First edition of this book was published in under the title, Mother-to-be: a guide to pregnancy and birth for women with disabilities, by Judith Rogers and Molleen Matsumura." Includes bibliographical references and indexPages: This new guide to pregnancy and birth is reviewed by Julie Brown, Parentcraft Co-ordinator, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK.

This book provides information about pregnancy, and the effects it may have on the disabled woman's body, through to giving birth and the early postnatal period. Judith Rogers, who is disabled and has two children, is the pregnancy and parenting specialist at Through the Looking Glass, a National Resource Center located in Berkeley, California.

Since its inception inThrough the Looking Glass has been the main resource nationally and internationally for disabled parents.4/5(4). Responses to Pregnancy in Women with Disabilities. Although women with disabilities are increasingly choosing to become pregnant and to become mothers, they may encounter negative experiences from others who doubt their ability to become pregnant, carry.

The disabled woman's guide to pregnancy and birth. [Judi Rogers; Molleen Matsumura] -- Intimate, in-depth interviews with 90 disabled women with 22 different types of disabilities come together in this thoroughly researched and informative book.

Written by doula Erica Chidi Cohen, Nurture walks you through the months of your pregnancy and the early postpartum phase in a comforting (but not condescending) way. Cohen includes recipes and exercises (physical and spiritual) for each month to keep you going. Since she’s a doula, the book also focuses on your labor and birth goals with a helpful “birth letter” exercise.

Objectives More disabled women are becoming mothers, and yet, their care is rarely the focus of quantitative research. This study aimed to investigate access and quality of maternity care for women with differing disabilities.

Design Secondary analysis was conducted on data from a national survey of women's experience of maternity care. Descriptive and adjusted analyses were undertaken.

Whether planning a first pregnancy, pregnant, or hoping to improve on the experience of a previous pregnancy, this book will empower disabled women, their partners and the professionals who support It should become standard reading for professionals, [we] certainly recommend it.

Buy The Disabled Mother'S Guide To Pregnancy And Birth by Otley, Natalie A. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3. It has been estimated that % of women giving birth in the United Kingdom have one or more limiting longstanding illness which may cause disability, affecting pregnancy, birth and early parenting.

The Disabled Woman's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth 1st Edition by Judith Rogers, OTR and Publisher Demos Health. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN:Congratulations on your pregnancy.

This is a very exciting time in your life. And we’re here to help keep you and your baby healthy. The information in this guide can help you make your best choices to be well. Please read it carefully.

It’ll help you prepare for word “baby” to your pregnancy and your new baby. If. An analysis conducted in Uganda showed that the implementation of a “mother-baby package” (including the components described above) for the million Ugandan women who give birth every year would, over 10 years, save more t women’s lives children’s lives, and spare more thanwomen from disability.

Access and care during antenatal, labour and birth and postnatal periods. Women with a disability were no different from non-disabled women in the timing of first contact with a health professional about their pregnancy care (94% and 95% by 12 weeks) or in their booking appointment (88% and 90% by 12 weeks) (Table 2).Disabled women however, had significantly more contact with.

Disabled women however, had significantly more contact with antenatal services during the pregnancy: over a third had 10 or more antenatal checks compared with a fifth of non-disabled women (34% vs. 21%); half had four or more ultrasound scans in comparison with a third of non-disabled women (50% vs.

32%).Women with disabilities experience the same fears and uncertainties experienced by all women considering pregnancy, but their concerns are often compounded because of their disabilities (Rogers, The disabled woman’s guide to pregnancy and birth. Demos, New York Written by Armin Brott and Jennifer Ash, the book offers a month-by-month guide on what a father can expect during his partner’s pregnancy.

Insights include information about how a father’s brain changes by being involved during pregnancy, as well as how being present at the birth .