To care well for families facing a prenatal diagnosis of a life-limiting condition, carefully consider your communications impact, approach and tone.
To help you fully understand the term life-limiting in the context of prenatal diagnoses, we are providing a deeper understanding into what life-limiting means and why it is the standard terminology.
We explore the four cornerstones of fully informed choices: non-directive presentation of options, full understanding of options and outcomes, access to comprehensive and reliable resources, and philosophy of life.
We’ll cover the topics of: preconception appointments, early and regular prenatal care, what to expect, prenatal vitamins, prenatal testing, and subsequent prenatal care after prior pregnancy loss.
We explore the difference between these two commonly used phrases.