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Increasing Access to Critical Mental Health Support

Aeroflow Breastpumps has partnered with Canopie to provide access to clinically-effective programs that help new and expecting parents manage the highs and lows of postpartum life. This first-of-its-kind partnership integrates mental health intervention with lactation support, resulting in better, more seamless care delivery for moms.

Did You Know?

Research has demonstrated a clear link between breastfeeding and mental health, proving that feeding complications can increase the risk of perinatal mood disorders like postpartum depression or anxiety.

Canopie’s research-based 12-day program uses clinically-validated therapeutic techniques for preventing and treating depression and anxiety during the perinatal period. Developed alongside top perinatal mental health researchers, the program draws from cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy and compassion focused therapy to create high-impact asynchronous sessions and is personalized for each user’s mood goals and stage of parenting. An American Academy of Pediatrics STAR Center resource, Canopie allows users to gain real-time insights into their emotional health and direct them to the most effective tools for managing their current mood.

Equitable Access To Support

Aeroflow Breastpumps connects a highly engaged audience of prenatal parents with Canopie resources that include:

  • Live instruction of group courses on topics related to the prevention of common pre- and postnatal mental health disorders.
  • Customized audio and text-based therapeutic programs in English and Spanish framed in terms of parenting challenges like sleep, feeding, and bonding. 
  • Escalation of the most vulnerable users to live support.

While as many as one in seven moms in the general population struggle during this period—and as high as one in three of more vulnerable moms, there is still a sense of shame and stigma surrounding feeling low during this time. A digital health intervention not only normalizes and helps them navigate these feelings, but also meets parents where they are most comfortable—in the privacy of their own home.

Research shows that digital tools can help prevent up to 50% of perinatal mental health conditions, which not only saves billions of dollars in healthcare, but can also save millions of families tremendous heartache.

Since launching their partnership, class engagement from the Aeroflow Breastpumps community has been high and met with enthusiasm, with upwards of 40% of class participants engaging in the Canopie digital intervention.

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