Antenatal & Postnatal Classes at the Malta Midwives Association

[ 0 ] 13/10/2015 |


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About the Malta Midwives Association (MMA)

The Malta Midwives Association (MMA), a non profit making organisation, was founded in 1974 by the late Miss Mary Vella Bondin, herself a midwife and principal lecturer at the Institute of Health Care. One of the basic aims of the MMA is to promote and advance the Art and Science of Midwifery, to raise the efficiency of midwives and to improve their status. They also organise philanthropic, educational activities including counselling for the child bearing couple and for the family as a whole.

Services offered by the MMA

In order to help expectant mums, Maltese and foreigners, and the couple as a whole in their journey to parenting, they organize classes and events to prepare them in the most adequate way. All classes are offered in exchange for a donation to the MMA. I had attended an Engish speaking ‘Dealing with Child Emergencies (first aid)’ course with my husband while I was pregnant, and I found it extremely useful. It left me feeling more confident with myself to be able to deal with an emergency at home.

Here’s an overview of the provided services:

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  • Maltese OR English Speaking Parentcraft Educational Classes which include a hospital tour
  • Pilates Classes
  • Dealing with Child Emergencies (first aid)
  • Rearing Children from 0 to 6 years
  • Immunization and Minor Ailments in Babies/Children
  • Baby Massage
  • Full Body Massage
  • Back Massage
  • Indian Head Massage

Click here for all the details per provided service.

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Contact details

Address: 62, Office 1, Triq il-Kuncizzjoni, Msida Malta

Email: maltamidwivesassociation1974@gmail.com
Tel: +356 77237117
Website: www.maltamidwivesassoc.wix.com/mma1974
Facebook: Malta Midwives Association Parents’ Corner

 

 

 

Category: Current events, Events in Malta, Resources for Malta Mums

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