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Birth Expectations

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Wanted to create this sheet after my cultural training workshop in Christchurch 17/11/09

Wanted to create this sheet after my cultural training workshop in Christchurch 17/11/09

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  • 1. Birth Expectations Karakia- “The wahine and her whanau may use karakia” Whanaungatanga – “The wahine and her whanau may Hau Ora – “The physical, spiritual, involve others in her birthing programme” emotional and mental wellbeing of Have you discussed with your LMC your use of prayer? the wahine and her whanau is Do you wish a certain person to say karakia? Everyone involved can have a role to play e.g Kai, promoted and maintained” cleaning, bathing, caring for pepi. Who is going to be with you and what roles are they How can the midwife promote going to have? physical wellbeing, emotional wellbeing, Whanau and spirituality? Te Reo Maori – “The wahine and her whanau may speak Te Reo Maori” Mana – “The dignity of the wahine, her whanau, the Whenua-health of the placenta influences what you are midwife and others involved is maintained.” to become in future generations Mutual respect, caring, hospitable, acknowledgement How do you expect your midwife & others involved in your care to maintain your mana? Tikanga Whenua – “Maintains the continuous relationship to land, life and nourishment; and the knowledge and support of kaumatua and whanau is available.” Mokopuna – Reflection of the Ancestors. – “The Do you wish to keep your placenta and bury it? mokopuna is unique, cared for and inherits the future, a healthy environment, wai u and whanau” Do you have special container (Ipu whenua) made of clay or harakeke for the whenau? Are you going to breastfeed? What support do you have?

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