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Title: Peri-natal evaluation: Maternal mental wellbeing, Quarriers Ruchazie
Author(s): Lucas, Siân
Beetham, Tanya
Contact Email: tanya.beetham@stir.ac.uk
Citation: Lucas S & Beetham T (2019) Peri-natal evaluation: Maternal mental wellbeing, Quarriers Ruchazie. Quarriers. Stirling.
Issue Date: Aug-2019
Publisher: University of Stirling
Abstract: First paragraph: The peri-natal service at Quarriers was formally established in 2017 with funding from Comic Relief and the Tampon Tax Fund. During this period, the service has supported 371 individuals, including mums, dads, children and other significant family members. The service offers a wide variety of activities designed to support the mental health and wellbeing of the individuals who attend. Since 2017, Quarriers have delivered one-to- one sessions with women, provided 9 post-natal groups, 1 antenatal group as part of a pilot, and a drop in service that has been supporting 13 mothers and babies and will this year move towards a peer model support group. The centre also offers a baby massage group, which since 2017 has been delivered to 47 mothers and babies, with 3 fathers taking part. Additionally, all families accessing the service are encouraged to attend activities such as Growing Together, Book Bug and Funday Monday, if they wish.
Type: Project Report
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/30014
Rights: Funders do not require any embargo period before report can be made publicly and freely available in this repository
Affiliation: Social Work
Social Work
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