BCIA Resource Development Committee

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The BCIA and the Resource Development Committee are seeking additional interested members who would like to participate in this project. There is no requirement to be a ‘babywearing expert’ (we have lots of those!) but if you work or volunteer in one of the fields listed below, we would love to have your expertise. We are also particularly looking to make sure that we have committee members who are Black, Indigenous, POC who are working in these spaces and/or babywearing … Read More

April Roundtable Recap- Healthcare Resource Kits

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Thanks to all who joined us on Tuesday April 20th for a very productive discussion! Our topic was a continuation of our ‘Building Bridges’ series, where we look at how to make connections across industries and communities. One of the tangible goals we came up with was the creation of ‘resource kits’ for professionals who interact with baby carrier use, for example, lactation consultants, birthworkers, OBGYN, midwives, public health, chiropractors/OT/physio, etc. For this hour long discussion, we focused on birthworkers: … Read More

How To: COVID-19 Part 2

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It seems pretty clear that we’re all in this together for the long haul. The COVID-19 pandemic has required drastic physical distancing and lockdown measures all over the world, leading to a dramatic shift in how we collectively manage our time and space. We compiled a list of tips, tricks and safety points to help caregivers manage the new status quo. Baby carriers as a practical tool: If you must go out in public with your child, a baby carrier … Read More