March of Dimes taking the evidence based case for Kangaroo Care into the clinical setting.
March of Dimes
Full-Term Mothers & Nurses
A parents’ guide for skin-to-skin contact with their infants by Dr. Ann Bigelow, Professor of Psychology at St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Dr. Ann Bigelow
NICU Mothers & Nurses
Kangaroo care: what it is and why we do it. A little girl goes to Sunnybrook Hospital where she was born and interviews nurses and doctors.
ABC Doula Post Partum
A how-to video for how to use the ever-popular “Second-Skin” baby sling – presented by Kimberly Bepler of ABC Doula, www.abcdoula.com
Labor and Delivery
Wearing The Second Skin Swaddle Is The Perfect Way to Welcome your Baby into the World
Provides coverage during labor and Delivery. After your baby is born he will be dried, diapered and placed on your chest. He will then be covered with the Swaddle Section to keep him warm and secure. The Womb like Enclosure will comfort him as he hears your heart beat and the sound of your voice. Learn More
There are two identical sections to the Second Skin Swaddle. A Single Section is used for Labor and Delivery a second section is added for the moderate hold. The design and flexibility of the Swaddle provides all that is needed for Labor/ Delivery and Postpartum while mom is in bed.