THE BIRTH CENTER

Holistic Women’s Health Care

The Experience

Birth centers provide an alternative to childbirth in a hospital. Women are empowered and given control during their labor and delivery. They wear their own clothes, eat and drink during labor, and walk around. Women can bring as many support people as they like. The birthing mother labors in the shower or Jacuzzi, on birth balls, in a birthing rocker, on a birthing stool, or in any other position that is comfortable for her. The Nurse-Midwife is with her throughout labor. When it is time to give birth, the woman follows her body to get into the best position: hands and knees, squatting, sitting, lying on her side, or whatever feels right.

Our Services

The Birth Center is not just for birth. We provide full-scope care for women of all ages from teens to post-menopausal. Our focus is to empower our clients through holistic health management and education. We also provide prenatal, labor, birth, and postpartum services. At The Birth Center, pregnancy and birth are treated as a natural process, not a medical procedure. You may even birth your baby into the water birth tub. Our postpartum services include breastfeeding support, classes, and mom/baby groups. The Birth Center also has birth doulas available to clients. Education classes, postpartum services, and doula services are open to clients planning to deliver at TBC, a hospital, or at home.

Our Classes

Education is the key to informed decision-making. We encourage our clients to become as informed as possible about all of their health care options. We offer education classes, exercise classes, and workshops related to women’s wellness, pregnancy, birth, delivery, the postpartum period, and motherhood. Our childbirth education classes are meant to empower our clients to make the decisions that are best for their own families. Birth Center classes and workshops are open to all. 

The Experience

Birth centers provide an alternative to childbirth in a hospital. Women are empowered and given control during their labor and delivery. They wear their own clothes, eat and drink during labor, and walk around. Women can bring as many support people as they like. The birthing mother labors in the shower or Jacuzzi, on birth balls, in a birthing rocker, on a birthing stool, or in any other position that is comfortable for her. The Nurse-Midwife is with her throughout labor. When it is time to give birth, the woman follows her body to get into the best position: hands and knees, squatting, sitting, lying on her side, or whatever feels right.

Our Services

The Birth Center is not just for birth. We provide full-scope care for women of all ages from teens to post-menopausal. Our focus is to empower our clients through holistic health management and education. We also provide prenatal, labor, birth, and postpartum services. At The Birth Center, pregnancy and birth are treated as a natural process, not a medical procedure. You may even birth your baby into the water birth tub. Our postpartum services include breastfeeding support, classes, and mom/baby groups. The Birth Center also has birth doulas available to clients. Education classes, postpartum services, and doula services are open to clients planning to deliver at TBC, a hospital, or at home.

Our Classes

Education is the key to informed decision-making. We encourage our clients to become as informed as possible about all of their health care options. We offer a full scope of childbirth education classes meant to empower our clients to make the decisions that are best for their own families.

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Food Ideas for Baby Led Weaning

by Justine Deputy, RN, MSN Photo Credit: Kasey Stacey, Birth Center Mama Time to start solids? There are various options for where to begin. Some families do purees, some baby-led weaning, and others a combination of the two. For learning more about what might be best...

Wave of Light

About Wave of Light Hank's Hope Inc. will be hosting the first annual Wave of Light. The Wave of Light is a way to join communities together on October 15, which is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Day. People all over the world light a candle in memory at 7pm local...

Bacterial Vaginosis

There are both good and bad bacteria that can be found in our bodies. An imbalance of this bacteria in the vagina can cause bacterial vaginosis. We often see bacterial vaginosis in our clients at The Birth Center. Today we are sharing the education sheet from the...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Time to start solids? 🥑🍌🥦🥒🥔

There are various options for where to begin. Some families do purees, some baby-led weaning, and others a combination of the two. For learning more about what might be best for you and your child, how to do baby-led weaning safely, at what age you can introduce certain foods, and what foods to be sure to include or avoid we recommend the Balanced Breastfeeding with Katie Madden Marathon Mama’s program. Marathon Mama’s includes everything you need to know to navigate the second half of breastfeeding so you can achieve your long-term breastfeeding goals. The course includes integrating solid foods into your breastfeeding relationship.

Today, we want to share some baby-led weaning food recommendations from the Mamas in our Birth Center Mamas Facebook Group. Enjoy!

📷 Kasey Stacey, Birth Center Mama

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Kate and Brian welcome baby boy Jack!
Born: 10/2/2018
Weight: 7lbs
Length: 20.25”
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“I highly recommend TBC because of the high standard of care and the one-on-one attention that each staff member gives to each client.”

- Kelly

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The Birth Center

1508 W 7th St
Wilmington, DE 19805