Welcome to HAS

Homebirth Access Sydney

Homebirth Access Sydney focuses on supporting homebirth families.

Pregnancy and birth are not an illness.

Homebirth Access Sydney (HAS) is a non-profit, community-based organisation. Our focus is on supporting homebirth families and increasing access to homebirth for women in NSW.

BIRTHING ISSUE 129, Autumn 2016 Nurturing (Hard copy version)

BIRTHING ISSUE 129, Autumn 2016 Nurturing (Hard copy version)
$10.00

Features

Sister Midwife Support Network Project - Jane Hardwicke Collings

About Sheila - Crystal Shepherd

$10.00

BIRTHINGS ISSUE 129, Autumn 2016 - Nuturing (PDF version)

BIRTHINGS ISSUE 129, Autumn 2016 - Nuturing (PDF version)
$4.00

 PDF (download size MB)

Features

Sister Midwife Support Network Project - Jane Hardwicke Collings

About Sheila - Crystal Shepherd

$4.00

Article on 'The Conversation' summarises homebirth's legal status

Pushing home birth underground raises safety concerns (29 May 2012) by Hannah Dahlen, Associate Professor of Midwifery at University of Western Sydney
 

The Heart of Parenting ... a better world begins at home: 2 DAY COURSE in LANE COVE

Based on the principles of Nonviolent Communication & Connection Parenting

2 Consecutive Sundays

22 July & 29 July

in Lane Cove

When: 2 Consecutive Sundays - April 29 & May 6 2012

Place: Currambena Primary School, 205 Longueville Road, Lane Cove

Time: 9am till 4.30pm

Cost: $300 per person, concession $250, couples $450

Agreed Homebirth Position Statement

This is the Homebirth Position Statement that was originally endorsed by Homebirth Australia, Maternity Coalition, Australian Private Midwives Association and the Australian College of Midwives [ACM] in 2009. ACM's current draft has not been endorsed by any other homebirth stakeholder groups. Please see the above response to the new draft...

 

 

NMBA Submission re Insurance May 2011