The Frankston Peninsula Multiple Birth Association is a non-profit organisation established to provide support for parents of multiple birth children. The Club was founded in 1981 by a group of mothers who felt the need for companionship and sharing of experiences with other mothers of multiple children. The club is open to all parents and caregivers of multiple birth children.
The club offers members:
Playgroups - We facilitate babies and toddlers playgroups on Monday and Wednesday mornings at Chisholm TAFE in Frankston
Expectant Parents Session -- this session is a great source of information, we run these every other month at Frankston Hospital. Please register via this link: https://fpmba.typeform.com/to/V5jxmS
Equipment Hire - We are delighted to be able to provide members with affordable, hospital grade double breast pump hire at a special reduced rate. We also have a "My Breast Friend pillow" for free hire.
New parents morning tea - These are held several times a year and are a great chance for expectant parents and new parents of multiples to meet other local families with multiples
Social Events - Throughout the year the club organises free social events for all members to get together such as an Easter egg hunt, picnics, play centre visits, Mums nights out and our annual Christmas party
Online forums - Access to our members only Facebook group
Discounts and offers - We offer special discounts from a wide range of shops and services
Library - Books relating to multiples including pregnancy, birth, routines, parenting and breastfeeding
We also offer meals for families struggling in the first weeks returning home from hospital, crisis support and first aid training - these initiatives wholly depend on funding we occasionally obtain from community grants.
Membership fees are paid annually per family. All membership applications and renewals are now made through our new National AMBA membership portal https://my.amba.org.au/
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