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ADHSN Screening of The Face of Birth

Wednesday, 28 Mar
7:30 pm

Armidale & District Homebirth Support Network will host the Armidale screening of the film The Face of Birth on 28th March 2012 at 7:30pm at The Armidale Club, 91 Beardy Street Armidale.

Tickets will be $10 at the door.

See for more information regarding this film and see the ADHSN facebook page for more information regarding ADHSN.

Please ‘join’ this event to indicate if you think you will attend.

About The Face of Birth

The Face Of Birth is a film about pregnancy, childbirth and the power of choice.

3 years in the making, filmed across the globe from London to Alice Springs, The Face Of Birth is a moving documentary with vital information for anyone considering giving birth in Australia today.

In 2009 it nearly became illegal in Australia to have a homebirth. Three years later in 2012 the amount of women choosing a home birth has doubled!

Following the diverse heart warming and sometimes heart wrenching stories of a hand full of home birth mothers as they guide us through the plethora of information and opinions about where to give birth and with whom. The films helps sort out fact from fiction around the politics, risks, safety and fear in birth.

Over 25 of the world top birth experts were interviewed, including the famed Sheila Kitzinger author of over 26 books on pregnancy and childbirth, and the founder of modern midwifery in the USA; Ina May Gaskin.

About Armidale & District Homebirth Support Network

ADHSN provides information and support to families who are seeking to or have given birth at home in the New England.

We are a group in the Armidale region who support and advocate for homebirthing and believe that women should have equal access to a homebirth midwife as a birth choice. The group also encourages an awareness of the truth about homebirth as a safe and viable option for women who desire it.

ADHSN is an open and inclusive place for mums, dads and babes to meet and share their stories, experiences, wisdom and lives in a relaxed and social forum and is open to all who support birth choice, particularly Homebirth and who wish to meet with like-minded people and families. Our meetings are informal and social gatherings and all are welcome.


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