Press releases and analysis
NCT Head of Knowledge, Sarah McMullen comments on Adele sharing her experience with postnatal depression in the latest issue of Vanity Fair.
After having a baby, it’s very common for your sex life to take a back seat, at least for a little while. Here are some tips to help you resume old habits as quickly, painlessly and comfortably as possible.
An antenatal practitioner in Oxford has been honoured with the Diamond Jubilee Award at the national NCT Stars event.
In response to the Government’s Maternity Safety Action Plan, announced today, Elizabeth Duff, Senior Policy Adviser, NCT, said:
Sanjima DeZoysa, NCT’s Parent Content Manager, talks about the #WorkThatWorks campaign and how flexible working should be a reality for all parents who want it rather than the novelty for some.
Joanne Diraham-Ruzza has been a breastfeeding counsellor for six years. One of her many tasks is to run breastfeeding sessions on NCT antenatal courses. Here Jo writes about what goes on in her classes and how she tries to give parents the right information so they can make the best feeding choices for themselves.
Sam Grimstone, NCT Executive Director of Communications and Development lends her voice to Digital Mums' #WorkThatWorks campaign and urges UK businesses to move flexibility in the workplace from niche to norm.
NCT Head of Communications and Campaigns, Miranda Banks comments on the joint report released by Digital Mums and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) that suggests a lack of flexible work is costing the economy up to £62.5 billion in wasted mum talent.
Many women who experience incontinence issues after having a child are suffering in silence, according to new research by NCT.
NCT Senior Policy Adviser, Elizabeth Duff comments on the Women and Equalities Committee's Pregnancy and maternity discrimination report, suggesting pregnant women and mothers are reporting more discrimination and poor treatment at work now than they did a decade ago.