Baby Basics

Baby Basics is a set of materials (book, planner, posters) and programs designed specifically to provide lower-income and lower-literacy populations with crucial prenatal health information and support. The materials are designed to be beautiful and easy to read, serving as a catalyst for learning and family literacy. Both materials and programs strive to engage and educate underserved parents to become effective users of the healthcare system and advocate for themselves and their families.

The What to Expect Foundation, 1997

Evidence Rating: III

Cost: Yes

Additional Info:


Prenatal Care and Education

Perinatal Periods:


Resource types:

Curriculums Tools and informational materials for participants

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