Use the menu bar at the top of the page (a red dot on a mobile device) to find out more about our group and how we work with the maternity and neonatal services to improve care.
Scroll down for a list of resources that you may find useful.
Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with comments and additions, or if you would like to volunteer with us.
If you need to see a GP about symptoms of coronavirus – two primary care hubs have been set up in Berkshire in Broad Street Mall Reading and Newbury Race Course
The Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust Maternity Department webpage
The RBH Midwives are holding regular ‘Ask the midwife’ sessions on their Facebook page. You do not need a Facebook account to view their page. Simply click on this link: RBFT Maternity Department Facebook page
Me and my baby RBH Maternity Department e-book about caring for your newborn
Start4Life advice for pregnancy, updated to include covid-19
The RBH Maternity Team has created some fantastic videos that have been uploaded to its YouTube channel (some are specific to the Coronavirus outbreak)
Help during pregnancy from outside the NHS:
Health and Social Care watchdog – ensuring services meet the needs of their users
Coronavirus and Pregnancy from The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Occupational Health advice for employers and pregnant women during the Covid-19 outbreak from The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Government Information giving guidance for shielding and protecting people, including women who are pregnant with significant heart disease
Coronavirus Q&A for pregnant women and their families from The Royal College of Midwives
Your legal rights during birth www.birthrights.org.uk
If you suspect your baby has tongue tie:
Premature and special care babies:
If your baby is born premature or sick www.bliss.org.uk
Support for parents of babies staying on Buscot Ward, RBH Neonatal Intensive Care Unit www.bibs.org.uk. BIBS’ parent supporter is working via videoconferencing. Please refer to the posters on the ward or ask a member of staff