With the alarming rise in postpartum depression cases in Singapore, the upcoming launch of “Wellbub” on 24th November 2023 marks a significant step forward. This innovative platform is designed to connect new and expectant parents with a wide range of pre and postnatal services. The initiative, which Marketing In Asia is closely following, promises to be a definitive directory for these critical services, addressing the growing concerns of postpartum depression in the country.
A Lifeline for Parents
The inception of Wellbub is rooted in the personal struggles of new parents, Natasha and Sasha. Their experiences have fueled a mission to offer a comprehensive solution for parents navigating the challenging stages of parenthood and postpartum. According to Natasha Cullen, Co-Founder & Community Director, Wellbub aims to provide a vital connection and support network, addressing the mental health challenges faced by new parents. Marketing In Asia has reached out to Wellbub for further details on their innovative platform and services.
Comprehensive Services for Families
Wellbub will provide access to over 35 services, encompassing the entire spectrum of pre and postnatal wellness. The platform promises to empower parents with the ability to easily find and access necessary services, from Doulas to Prenatal classes, and Lactation Consultants to Baby classes. This extensive network aims to create a community of support and informed decision-making for families.
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A Community for Service Providers
In addition to supporting parents, Wellbub is also committed to building a network for service providers. The platform will facilitate networking, education, and resource sharing, with the goal of elevating the standard of care for new parents. It offers a dynamic opportunity for providers to connect with a thriving community, showcasing and promoting their services.
The Impact of Isolation and Lack of Support
Research highlights the critical role of social support in maternal mental health and its effectiveness in reducing Post-Partum Depression (PPD). The lack of such support can lead to severe consequences, including isolation, anxiety, and in extreme cases, suicide. Wellbub’s launch is a timely response to these growing concerns, aiming to provide a much-needed support system for parents.
Meet the Founders Behind Wellbub
The platform is co-founded by Natasha Cullen, a UK Certified Midwife, Doula, and First Aid Instructor, and Sasha Carroll, who brings her expertise in tech consulting and personal experiences of motherhood and pregnancy loss. Their combined experiences and dedication are the driving force behind Wellbub’s vision and mission.
Marketing In Asia eagerly anticipates the launch of Wellbub, recognizing its potential impact on the wellbeing of parents in Singapore. We look forward to providing more detailed coverage as we receive further information from the founders.