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Why Birth Spacing Matters
The Maternal Health Network partnered with local subject matter experts at the San Bernardino County Public Health Department WIC program and the March of Dimes to create an educational bundle on what they think are the three most important things families need to know about birth spacing and why it matters.
The Maternal Health Network has developed a consumer presentation toolkit, compiled resources specific to why birth spacing matters, and created video vignettes that can be used by members of the Maternal Health Network when talking with families.
Subject matter experts from within the MHN membership provided what they viewed as the three most important things for families to know about each community education topic.
These presentations can be implemented by any type of maternal health provider to include peer volunteers, community service partners, health workers and medical providers. That said, it is highly recommended that anyone who is preparing to facilitate a workshop view the facilitator tips and tricks video in the subsequent section.
All materials can be customized and co-branded.