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A doula is a non-medical professional who supports a pregnant person during pregnancy, delivery, and for a short period after birth.
Without the pandemic, Yost says she likely never would have become a doula.Death Doulas Used to Be Rare. The COVID-19 Pandemic Changed That|Melissa Chan|January 26, 2022|Time
The bill would provide $50 million in funding for expanded doula, or birth worker, support before and during labor and allocate $25 million in funds to help providers coordinate maternity care through what are known as maternal health homes.Why Birthing Parents Like Me Can’t Wait For Build Back Better To Pass|Malaika Jabali|December 20, 2021|Essence.com
I was also fortunate to have doulas who checked in on me consistently and even performed a postpartum ceremony to counter any notion that I was now in a secondary role.The Problem With Celebrating the Selflessness of Mothers|Anna Malaika Tubbs|May 7, 2021|Time
Her now-four-year-old daughter is healthy, and Chand has started working as a doula and enrolled in a four-year degree program at San Francisco State University in addition to her part-time work as a researcher at the Abundant Birth Project.A San Francisco Experiment Will Give Some Pregnant Women $1,000 a Month. Could Other Cities Be Next?|Abby Vesoulis|March 18, 2021|Time
This got the other doula riled up, and a discussion of Lake commenced.