Are you OK Really?

May 2, 2018

For: providers who support new parents including midwives, counsellors, Plunket nurses, GPs and social workers.

What: The book contain information about postnatal depression, anxiety, breastfeeding, loss and grief, parenting in a strange land and caring for the carers and a chapter on refugee and migrant women in New Zealand.

Why: About 12,500 New Zealand women are affected by perinatal anxiety and depression, ranging from mild to extreme. Women from migrant and refugee backgrounds are an “at risk” group.

Published by: Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Aotearoa (PADA).

Launched in May 2018

For more information about the book, the price and how to access:

Contact: Treena Cooper

PO Box 13010, Johnsonville, 6440, Level 2, 21-29 Broderick Rd, Johnsonville, 6027, Wellington, New Zealand.

Ph: 04 461 6318 or Cell: 021 024 82123

Email: office@pada.nz

Website: www.pada.nz

Office hours 9 am - 2.30 pm Monday - Friday (Closed Thursday)

 

Author/Owner

Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Aotearoa (PADA)

Website

https://dailyencourager.co.nz/new-book-champions-best-practice-to-help-new-parents/.

Keywords

prenatal Perinatal Depression Japanese women Maternal Health Middle Eastern Asian Postnatal Depression African migrant women Postnatal Care Chinese women refugee women