BadgerCare is a group of mothers, nurses, and other caregivers who have worked with pregnant women in the past and are now helping them in their recovery.
They are also looking for volunteers to assist them in raising awareness and spreading the word.
This is their first pregnancy care event.
“We are here to raise awareness for pregnancy related health issues and help these women and their families,” said Badger’s Executive Director, Michelle Gennaro.
“In addition to the health issues we are working to raise, we are also focused on promoting wellness, empowering women and giving them a positive environment for them to feel safe and secure in their pregnancy.”
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Badger care is a safe place for you to feel comfortable and feel like you are not alone.
“We are all on the same team here,” said Gennaroo.
“Everyone is there to help and support each other.
Everyone is on a mission to help people in need.
We will be there for everyone.
We are also taking care of pregnant women who are experiencing anxiety and depression.
Badgers aim is to help these people get the help they need to manage their mental health issues.”
BadgerCare has helped thousands of women who have had abortions in their lifetime. “
And we want to keep people who are going through a tough time and stay connected to each other.”
BadgerCare has helped thousands of women who have had abortions in their lifetime.
It has trained over 200 of them to perform simple tasks such as helping a pregnant person or nursing them back to health.
“A lot of the work that they have done is to train us how to care,” said Brown.
“They’ve trained us on how to feed people, how to take care of babies, how we can support a pregnant patient.
We’ve also trained them how to nurse a baby back to life.”
Badgers focus on helping people who have difficulty breathing, such as people with chronic lung diseases.
“I’ve worked with people with asthma and I’ve also worked with some people with diabetes, so we have a lot of experience,” said E.
“That’s what makes us different.”
In addition, Badgers is working with groups of mothers and family members who are currently having their pregnancies diagnosed.
They have been trained to take a pregnancy test and get an opinion from a qualified doctor.
The group is also working with pregnant teens, women who had miscarriages and babies born to mothers who have passed away, to get an update on their health.
“These are very challenging times for women and they are not going away,” said Johnson.
“So we want everybody to be safe and we need everybody to support each another.”
This is a volunteer event, so Badgercare is asking people to email and call if they would like to be a part of the BadgerHealth community.
“If you have any questions, please call (413) 651-8880 or email Badger.