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"More than 30 babies are delivered each month before reaching the hospital, or before the midwife can get to
mom’s side, and that’s just the number of emergency births that are reported to the media.  According to the CDC,
the number of babies being born outside of hospitals, birthing centers or homes -- and who are being delivered
by dads, grandparents or other untrained personnel -- has increased 20% since 2009.  Yet people are rarely
trained in basic childbirth procedures due to the misconception that “en route” deliveries rarely occur."
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     After experiencing a 27-minute labor with her second pregnancy, Jennifer Slater
unexpectedly had to deliver her own baby in the back of their car as her husband raced them
to the hospital. Realizing that a few mistakes she made almost cost her son his life, she began
researching basic childbirth procedures so that she could share this important information
with others.

     In addition to easy-to-understand steps that instruct someone with no medical experience
how to safely deliver a baby, she shares the story of her own experience as well as interviews
with other parents (or unsuspecting drivers) who unexpectedly had to deliver a baby “

     Ms. Slater has been interviewed by
The Today Show, Disney’s blog babble, Lamaze
, and Fit Pregnancy.  In addition to public speaking and presentations, Jennifer
trains  private groups, law enforcement personnel, university faculty, and has even appeared
at a few baby showers!   

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                  All copies of En Route Baby purchased through this site come with
              a FREE laminated (5½ x 8½")
Infant CPR instruction card, including
                    a “cheat sheet” for delivering a baby in an emergency situation.  

information for
who unexpectedly
has to deliver a

specialty high-risk