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?
BABY’S BRAIN DEVELOPMENT DURING PREGNANCY
Preparing couple for birth
Working through hard past
Birth Plan/Wish list
Support &inform parents choices
Impact of Interventions
Cortisol & Oxytocin
Caesarean and Natural Birth
FIRST 1000 SECONDS (first hour)
Stabilisation of newborn
Safe birth Skin to Skin Contact (SSC)technique
safe SSC- KANGACARRIER technique
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
How can Kangaroulas make this happen in your own hospitals?
KANGAROULA FIRST 1000 HOURS- FIRST 6 WEEKS OF PARENTING
-Breastfeeding and Attachment relationship
-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