When you are pregnant, there are a lot of medical checkups that need to happen, dietary restrictions, procedures, pre-natal vitamins and a lot of steps. When you are giving your child up for adoption, you can receive assistance through the entire process. Help with insurance selecting an OBGYN and transportation can and will all be provided if you reach out for help during your pregnancy. Birth mothers in Florida can qualify for financial assistance and medical assistance to get all of the support and assistance needed during and after pregnancy. In order to help you have the healthiest pregnancy and birth possible, we work to make sure that you have the financial assistance and services you need throughout the adoption process.
Helping Birth Mother Get The Medical Support They Need
When you are going through an unplanned pregnancy and the emotional process of placing your baby for adoption, the last thing you need to worry about is potential financial problems. Pregnant mothers can receive financial support from adoptive prospective parents during pregnancy and for a period of time after giving birth.
Specifically, we can help clients obtain the assistance they need with the following:
- Housing – This can include rent, utilities, and other living expenses
- Necessities – Many mothers obtain help to cover food, maternity clothing, cell phone bills, and the costs of other basic needs
- Transportation – You can seek support for travel to and from medical appointments, long-distance travel to meet with the adoptive parents, and more
- Medical care – We work to make sure your prenatal care and labor and delivery costs are covered
- Counseling – Adoption is a difficult decision, and a birth mother can struggle emotionally before and after the adoption concludes, which can make counseling an important form of support
Just changing your diet alone during pregnancy can have a profound effect on your health and your baby's health.
It's important during pregnancy Increase your diet by 300 calories per day starting in the second trimester. Monitor for appropriate weight gain and adjust your diet as needed. During pregnancy, you should get a minimum of 60 grams of protein a day, which will account for approximately 20 percent to 25 percent of your calorie intake. Pregnancy Some women experience gestational diabetes, or diabetes during pregnancy, which may require them to limit their carbohydrate intake to 40 percent to 50 percent of their daily calories. To learn more, please see Dietary Recommendations for Gestational Diabetes.
Consult with an Adoption Lawyer in Florida Today To Get Medical Assistance During Pregnancy
To learn more about how an adoption attorney can help you get the financial assistance you need, it’s important to have a comfortable pregnancy and feel safe as well as have access to the right healthcare during your pregnancy. If you are interested in giving your baby up for adoption while you are pregnant, contact the law firm of Juliana Gaita, P.A. directly today.