January Is Birth Defects Prevention Awareness Month
January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month, and as a provider of care and services to so many families who deal with the trauma of medically induced birth defects, Wagner Reese wishes to partner with the National Birth Defects Prevention Network to spread the word about steps you can take to prevent and avoid defects and injuries in your children.
The NBDPN offers a host of fabulous resources for expectant parents, as well as caregivers, medical providers, and others, providing information on everything from vitamin sources, to how to care for children who have suffered a defect or been injured. You can view their website to see the resources in multiple languages, as well as statistics and resources linked from other valuable sources, like the CDC.
If you have questions about the different types of birth defects and birth trauma injuries, take a look at this infographic we put together last year as an effort to help raise awareness for this nationwide epidemic.
Help us put an end to avoidable birth defects and birth trauma injuries by spreading the news about prevention techniques, and by helping women speak up for their rights in the delivery room. If your child has suffered a defect or injury, give our birth trauma lawyers a call today to schedule a free consultation.