"Positive birth program during COVID-19"

About: Bunbury Hospital / Maternity

(as a service user),

I'm sure that I speak for many women who have struggled through this strange time when I say that having access to this program has changed the game for, not only me but also my partner, who now feels a sense of connection and purpose to the birth ahead. 

Having the ability to access this course ran by Kasey via Telehealth could change so many health outcomes in communities all over the country. I am studying to be a nurse and can clearly see the value in this evidence-based course. It is truly an epic achievement that during this time you have pushed to provide support to so many women and have no doubt subsequently influenced the stories of so many new little souls about to enter the world. I'm not sure there are many words to sum that up, but it's bloody inspiring! 

I have filled out the survey form, but if there is anything else that I could do to help in the way of making this course accessible to other people I would be totally up for it, so please don't hesitate to ask. 


Response from Andrea Drew, A/ Clinical Midwifery Manager, Bunbury Hospital, WACHS South West 11 hours ago
Andrea Drew
A/ Clinical Midwifery Manager, Bunbury Hospital,
WACHS South West
Submitted on 03/07/2020 at 11:02
Published on Care Opinion at 12:02

Dear Blue2020,

Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences on Care Opinion.

I am pleased that the strategies and tools provided through the antenatal classes were of such great use to you. We are very fortunate to be able to run such a comprehensive birth class, and Kasey’s knowledge and passion plays a large part in that. I will ensure that your kind words are passed onto her.

I wish you and your family all the best for your future ahead and I am sure that the tools learnt during the classes will continue to be useful as you navigate the next chapter in your journey. Take care.

Andrea Drew

Clinical Midwifery Specialist

Maternity Ward

Bunbury Hospital

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