A Healthy Start for You and Your Baby
 
 

CenteringPregnancy is changing the way women get prenatal care.

 

The most common word used during Centering is fun!

CenteringPregnancy has benefits for moms, babies, and providers


Women enjoy being with other women who are going through a similar experience, giving them an opportunity to support each other.


Centering is based on the proven principle that when people are actively engaged and involved in a discussion with their peers, rather than being lectured or given a pamphlet, they will have greater understanding and are more likely to change their behavior.


Centering moms are better prepared for labor, delivery, and to care for their infant.


Providers report fewer after-hours calls and emergency visits from Centering moms because they have a better understanding of what is normal and what is a cause for concern during pregnancy.

 
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