The Disabled Womans Guide to Pregnancy and Birth, Volume 1 of 2 Judith Rogers

ISBN: 9781458772459

Published: May 12th 2010

Paperback

572 pages


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The Disabled Womans Guide to Pregnancy and Birth, Volume 1 of 2  by  Judith Rogers

The Disabled Womans Guide to Pregnancy and Birth, Volume 1 of 2 by Judith Rogers
May 12th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 572 pages | ISBN: 9781458772459 | 6.75 Mb

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 them. It should become standard reading forMoreWhether 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 them. It should become standard reading for professionals ...

recommended... - Disability, Pregnancy & Parenthood International The Disabled Womans 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 life. Get answers to important questions such as: Will my disability affect labor and delivery?

How can pregnancy complications be prevented or treated? Can my disability be inherited? What resources should I look for in choosing a hospital or clinic? Will I need a caesarean section? And much more! Thoroughly researched and informative, this book is a practical guide for both disabled women planning for pregnancy and for the health professionals who work with them.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: JUDITH ROGER is the disabled mother of two children. She is the pregnancy and parenting specialist at Through the Looking Glass (TLG), a National Resource Center located in Berkeley California. Ms. Rogers has been involved in the advocacy of people with disabilities, especially women, for more than 30 years. She was honored as a Robert Wood Johnson Community Health Leader in 2002 and continues to provide training and technical assistance to disabled parents, prospective parents, and professionals around the world.

This is Ms. Rogers second book on the topic of pregnancy and disability.



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