This 3 DVD series co-hosted by Deanne Bray, Star of Sue Thomas: F.B. Eye and Missy Keast guides women through the 9 months of their pregnancy. The entire series is signed in American Sign Language (ASL) and includes subtitles and voiceover. Segmented by trimester DVDs include the chapters listed below. This is the only resource of it's kind completely signed in ASL for pregnant deaf women.
Total viewing time for the series exceeds 7 hours.
What you are responsible for now that you are pregnant and carrying a child inside.
What tests you should expect to get once you find out that you are pregnant.
This is broken into two sections. The first, where Deanne and Missy describe what is happening to your body month by month. The second, where Deanne and Missy describe the evolution of the fetus from conception through birth describing fetus development week by week.
A detailed description of your labor stages from start to delivery.
What is a c-section and why do you need/choose it?
You will get an idea of what things will not be comfortable for you as you progress through the wonderful 9 month process.
This sections describes fetal movements and what is considered normal during the process of your pregnancy.
Deanne and Missy demonstrate great exercises to help keep mommy fit and strong through the 9 months period. They also explain the benefits of exercise before and after baby is born. Definitely consult your caregiver before beginning any exercise program while pregnant.
Deanne and Missy share their favorite recipes and how to cook them. This was shot in a professional kitchen at Sur La Table in Scottsdale, AZ.
Deanne and Missy along with more than 20 other pregnant deaf women and mothers share their 9 month experiences with you.
Your rights to an interpreter and how to acquire one for every doctor's appointment.
Deanne and Missy sign more than 100 terms used during the 9 months of a pregnancy.
This DVD series is a great product for pregnant women and their spouses, teenagers, anyone taking childbirth classes, medical interpreters and hospitals with education departments. We anticipate selling a large number to Deaf schools and agencies that serve the Deaf. There is no product currently produced in ASL that includes subtitles and voiceover with this level of content.