We have a range of goods that you can purchase that help raise much needed funds for our important cause.
PADA Wheat Bags
Our wheat bags have been handmade for you with love by the ladies at the Zonta clubs in Canterbury. Zonta empowers women through service and advocacy to improve the legal, political, economic, health and professional status of women and this is why Zonta donated their time and effort to provide these to raise funds for PADA.
100% of the profits from the wheat bags go to supporting PADA!
Just $20 each + pp.
Show your support in one of our PADA T-shirts!
Just $29.95 + pp.
Sizes range from XS-2XL.
Look great and show your support for families experiencing depression and anxiety that often accompanies pregnancy or early parenting.
PADA Book ‘Are you OK …Really?’
As part of World Maternal Mental Health Day 2018, we were thrilled to launch our PADA book “Are you OK …Really?” Thanks to Pelorus Trust a long-time dream became a reality! The book features 22 chapters, written by expert authors, and has been designed as a handy reference guide for the wide range of care providers who work with families over the perinatal period.
An essential guide for health care providers in New Zealand about a range of topics relating to perinatal distress and anxiety
More than 25% of women and 10% of men in New Zealand will develop a mental illness during pregnancy or within the first year after having a baby.
Perinatal mental illness is often unrecognised, undiagnosed and untreated and can have a devastating impact on the women and men affected as well as their families/whānau.
Identification of the illness, support and treatment are essential in assuring the mental health of women, children and their families during pregnancy and the postpartum period.
PADA has published this book as a resource for the wide range of care providers who work with families over the perinatal period, and is designed to be used as a handy reference guide.
$35 each + pp.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order any of these PADA products today!
Mothers Cry Too book
In Mothers Cry Too, New Zealand psychiatrist Dr Sara Weeks, a leading expert in the field of maternal mental health, explains how to recognise and deal with a range of issues, from the ‘baby blues’ to more serious conditions. A must-read for anyone affected by postnatal depression.
Practical and supportive, Mothers Cry Too offers guidance for new mothers, and their partners and families, on how to cope with the demands of a new baby and manage symptoms of depression, anxiety and other postnatal psychiatric conditions.