Kangaroula 1A outline

The following is an outline of a typical training over two days. Jill as trainer will do a situational analysis to each country and culture, to the knowledge base and experience of the group. With consecutive translation, the material may need three days to cover. Approximately 40% is didactic presentation, the remainder interactive discussion, practical demonstrations and sharing in group work.

PROGRAM for  INTRODUCTORY COURSE –>  to be registered as Kangaroula trainee.        This link allows downloading of references  – course reader

 

WHAT IS A KANGAROULA?

Intro              oxytocin

BABY’S BRAIN DEVELOPMENT DURING PREGNANCY

             Basic neuroscience

Preparing couple for birth

Mothers emotions

Working through hard past

Birth Plan/Wish list

KANGAROULA: LABOUR.

Positions

Fetal advocacy

Support &inform parents choices

Impact of Interventions

Cortisol & Oxytocin

Caesarean and Natural Birth

FIRST 1000 SECONDS (first hour)

Zero separation

Stabilisation of newborn

Safe birth Skin to Skin Contact (SSC)technique

Self-attachment

SENSORY ENVIRONMENT

Senses

Containment

calming

safe SSC- KANGACARRIER technique

DAY 2

FIRST 1000 MINUTES- FIRST DAY

Sleep for Mum &Baby

KangaCarrier technique for safe sleep.

Care for mother

Frequency of feeds

Avoiding separation and stress (attachment relationship,      epigenetics, microbiota)

SUPC and SIDS

Managing family&visitors

How can Kangaroulas make this happen in your own hospitals?

KANGAROULA FIRST 1000 HOURS-       FIRST 6 WEEKS OF PARENTING

-“Feed-Sleep-cycling”

-Breastfeeding and Attachment relationship

-Safe Sleeping

Handling “advice”

-Play: connecting with your child

-Coping strategies & support for 1st 6 weeks

-Helping parents  manage expectations

-coping with older siblings

Managing the new science, myself and my culture