Community Midwifery Program

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Looking for midwife led care?

The Community Midwifery Program (CMP) is a unique service available to Perth women experiencing a low risk pregnancy. We pride ourselves in protecting, promoting and supporting normal birth with a high percentage of our clients choosing to give birth in water. The CMP provides safe, evidence-based, continuity of care from known midwives throughout pregnancy, labour, birth and up to four weeks postnatally. The CMP can support you to have your baby at home, at the Family Birth Centre or Kalamunda Birth Unit, or in a public hospital.

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Featured Class

Whats going on at Bump to Bubs ?

Join us in these drop-in  informal sessions led by our experienced Childbirth Educators. We have invited a number of  guest speakers to come and share their expertise and answer your questions in the relaxed setting of our Success workshop rooms.

Cost: These sessions are free for members, just bring along a little something to share with your peers for morning tea.

As a not for profit organisation your membership enables us to continue to provide this valuable community service   If you are not a member come along and enjoy two free sessions, we are sure you will love it !

Every Friday from 10 am until 12 noon
Bump to Bubs  for pregnant women to mums with babies in arms
Beyond Bubs  for mums with babies 1-2 years
Call 9498 6033 for more information or email [email protected] to register your interest.


Featured Book

Featured Book


Something for dads ….

So You’re Going to be a Dad

“So You’re Going to be a Dad” is a book that explodes the myths – a tough, uncompromising, no-holds-barred, no-beg-your-pardons look at fatherhood, from the sperm that started it all to the sleep deprivation you’ll suffer as a consequence. In his wry and very funny style, Peter Downey tells all about the trials and joys of parenting, including advice about pregnancy, childbirth and baby care, and examines issues of vital importance such as: what to say – and what not to say – when you hear the news; taking care of mums-to-be; why embryos look like the monster in Alien; names not to call your baby; what childbirth feels like; how many cameras you should take to the birth; ‘Who was the superior Batman: Michael Keaton or Adam West?’; your baby’s development; baby-proofing your home; how much this is all going to cost; and lots of stuff about sex. But that’s not all! Complete with a glossary full of handy words new dads will need to know and a lot more that they won’t, plus the films to watch and the ones to avoid, and words of wisdom from real live fathers, “So You’re Going to be a Dad” is without doubt one of the greatest parental education books ever written.