Even when everything seems to be normal, sometimes it isn’t. Sometimes a woman does not show symptoms of complications in her pregnancy and sometimes she does, but she may be unsure of what they might mean. A Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) nurse knows exactly this. This is why she tracks a variety of changes during pregnancy, such as weight, symptoms, blood pressure, outcomes from doctor’s visits, and others. Our number one goal is to improve the pregnancy outcomes. This involves providing careful attention to the well-being of our moms.

Read Alaze’s story to see how the support of an NFP Nurse can make a life-changing difference.