Publications & Patient Information Leaflets
Planning for birth and parenthood
The following publications are currently available. Click on the images below to view and download.
Books for parents-to-be and parents
Great new resources for parents have recently become available containing advice on pregnancy and the first five years of a child’s life. Extensive research with parents and parents-to-be across Ireland have influenced the creation of a website called mychild.ie. Alongside this new ‘My Pregnancy’ and ‘My Child: 0 to 2 years’ and ‘My Child: 2 to 5 years’ books are now being given to all pregnant women at the antenatal booking visit and are also available to download from http://www.mychild.ie/books.
Cork University Maternity Hospital Guide to Maternity Services
This Guide to Maternity Services at Cork University Maternity Hospital gives you an explanation of the different services provided to expectant parents including advice during pregnancy, labour and birth, after the birth, feeding baby and post-natal advice.
Download the CUMH Guide to Maternity Services.
UPDATED EDITS NOV 2018 - READ HERE
Information on Preparing for Birth & Parenthood
*PLEASE NOTE* UPDATED EDITS NOV 2018 NOT INCLUDED IN ORIGINAL PUBLICATION - PLEASE READ EDITS HERE
"Our vision is to empower parents to develop the skills to negotiate all aspects of their journey through pregnancy, labour, birth and early parenthood"
Read media release on launch of this handbook here
A book for siblings of children with Down Syndrome
The Story of My Brother James is a short book written by a young girl called Liadh Hanley. In the book Liadh shares her experiences of having a brother with Down Syndrome. The initial aim of the book is to teach siblings and children how to appreciate and respect those with Down Syndrome.
Patient Information Leaflets
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