Support Service To Medical & Confinement Centre

Confinement care giver training ( with other speaker)

Part 1: Newborn Care

  • Handling and holding of newborn child
  • Feeding and burping technique
  • Sterilization of feeding utensils
  • Bathing of baby and umbilical cord care
  • Changing of diaper and skin care
  • Understanding baby’s needs (possible causes of crying and hunger cues)

Part 2: Confinement

  • Postnatal care for mummy
  • Essentials of confinement food and herbs
  • Ways to preserve the quality of food
  • Food that enhances breast milk supply
  • Sharing of authentic confinement recipes

There are many tasks that a midwife for prenatal care must perform. Midwives commonly work in clinics or hospitals, and may work alone or in teams. A midwife service provides its members with several advantages. The most obvious one is that it relieves the center of the responsibility of looking after the needs of the pregnant and nursing mother. It’s a good thing that the medical center has a qualified individual who can take care of this kind of task. It frees the center from having to employ a full-time nurse, and instead allows the nurse to continue working at the office. This will, obviously, improve the quality of the care provided at the medical center.

Another advantage offered by a midwife is that she has more access to mothers-to-be. Many women tend to feel very self-conscious when they go to the hospital to deliver their baby. Having a trained professional there to listen to them and help them through their labor can really make a huge difference in their experience. It can also make the women more comfortable with the other medical facilities, since a midwife already knows their habits and can easily anticipate their needs.