A frequent misconception during pregnancy is that you cannot switch providers, especially late in pregnancy. Choosing a care provider is often said to be the single most important decision you can make to positively affect your birth.
Join Tarrant County Birth Network on Thursday, September 25th at 7pm and hear from area office managers the logistics and frequently asked questions that surround making this important decision to switch.
We’ll also hear personal accounts on making the tough decision to find a more supportive provider during pregnancy.
Lynne Evans is a Cesarean Birth After Cesarean (CBAC) mom of two. She is an internationally published hair stylist and makeup artist, whose passion for sparking confidence and uplifting women through photo shoots shifted to birth activism and advocacy after the cesarean birth of her daughter in 2011. With firm encouragement from friends and family, along her Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC) journey while pregnant with her son she decided to become a doula. She and her husband welcomed him via CBAC in 2013.
She has been a member of TCBN since 2012 and is enthusiastic to continue facilitating the astonishing championing of choice we have here in North Texas.
WHEW the summer is over, and it is time for Tarrant County Birth Network to kick back into high gear for 2015. We are hard at work at several really important things, but first we would like to take a moment to introduce those who work diligently behind the scenes to make everything happen. After all things like BOLD, The Art of Birth, Ina May Gaskin’s lecture on Infant Mortality, Birth Roundup, and the Resource Guide do not happen in the blink of an eye. They are the fruits of countless hours of behind the scenes man hours. Over the course of the next couple weeks, we will be running a Meet the Coordinators blog series where we will post a picture and a bio for each of our Regional Coordinators. So if you see any of these folks out and about be sure to say hi.