Prenatal Caring Circle: Promoting family literacy, bonding and well-being before and after birth (2011)

Pregnancy Guide

Prenatal Caring Circle is a program for expectant mothers and the important people in their lives. The goals of the program are to help participants learn what family literacy means; how to strengthen the bond with their baby before and after birth; and how to nurture their own and their baby’s well-being before and after birth.

This facilitation guide contains information on topics to be covered in each session and lists of resource materials that will be required. The authors have also included a section on the principles of adult learning and active listening.

While the program is designed to be offered in four to six group sessions, the authors have also included suggestions for using it in a one on one setting.

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2011-04-27
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Brian Chipperfield and Valerie Chipperfield. Prenatal Caring Circle: Promoting family literacy, bonding and well-being before and after birth 2011. Web. 31 Oct. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/sln/prenatal_guide/prenatal_guide.pdf>
Brian Chipperfield & Valerie Chipperfield (2011). Prenatal Caring Circle: Promoting family literacy, bonding and well-being before and after birth. Retrieved October 31, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/sln/prenatal_guide/prenatal_guide.pdf
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