Filling the postpartum care gap
Six weeks after birth, most people see their healthcare provider for their first -- and only -- postpartum checkup. The absence of postpartum care is in stark contrast to the regular prenatal visits one has during pregnancy. This singular visit is not only arbitrary but completely inadequate for most parents who need care, support, and education well into their child's first year of life. Mother Wit's postpartum care options fill the gaps in our healthcare system and provides families with the postpartum care they deserve!
Thriving After Birth: Self-Paced Comprehensive Postpartum Education
Mother Wit understands that one-on-one care is expensive for most people, but everyone deserves support and access to high-quality information. Thriving After Birth contains a wealth of content that touches on many of the topics covered in the Comprehensive Care program. When you purchase Thriving After Birth, you can access this content any time, and your access never expires. If you want to become a more informed, prepared, and empowered parent, this course will help you thrive in the postpartum period. (For only $147 -valued at $397!)
Comprehensive Care and Texting-Only Programs
We offer a one-of-a-kind, personalized, and comprehensive postpartum support option that covers everything that is important to you. We ask and answer the right questions. This program was developed after 20+ years of experience and gently guides you through any storms that arise. We provide referrals to trusted experts in lactation, pelvic floor physical therapy, infant sleep, and perinatal mental health. If you want the peace of mind of having a midwife on call when questions and concerns inevitably arise, this program is for you.
"I 100% think I would have had severe postpartum anxiety and depression without Tanya. I feel like she saved me from myself."
Nicole P. / Comprehensive Care graduate
"Tanya was so valuable when traditional providers can take a day or two to respond to questions. She did a great job of always checking in with me. I feel like it’s rare in women’s healthcare to say, 'Ok this is the plan that works for baby BUT what about you?'"
Andrea K. / Comprehensive Care graduate