April 30 to May 4 has been declared World Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week. For the next five days, the Moment Health team’s schedule is booked solid with partnerships, presentations and the inaugural Northern Ireland Maternal Mental Health Conference, all set in place to highlight the need to raise awareness and improve support and services for those struggling with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs).
We’re proud of the work we’ve been doing and the ground we’ve gained in just the first quarter of this year, but we also see all too clearly how far we have to go to truly #makeitmainstream.
As the United Nations states, International Women’s Day is a day to reflect on progress made, to celebrate ordinary women doing extraordinary things for their countries and communities and, most importantly of all, to call for change.
Numerous studies prove that women returning to work after having children are an asset to their employers, and a new survey reveals that the benefit of offering a few simple incentives to returning mums may far outweigh any initial outlay or investment.
A recent UK survey reveals that more than one-third of women on maternity leave would like to receive regular updates from their employer and stay up to speed with what is happening at their workplace during the time they’re at home with their baby.
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