At Acacia, we are committed to making sure that all mothers receive equitable access to excellent perinatal mental health support services and information. To help with this, we have produced a series of short multilingual films, each in a different language: Punjabi, Mirpuri, Urdu, Gujarati, Slovakian and Dari. Each film aims to raise awareness of perinatal mental health issues in a culturally appropriate way and explain how to seek help.
We are hoping that these films are dissemintated far and wide in the UK and this is only the beginning. More films/languages will be added as funding allows. Click on the films below to view.
If you would like to share the films with others by email/txt just cut and paste these youtube links:
Dr Zahera Kapasi Talks About Perinatal Mental Health in Gujarati - YouTube
Dr Anita talks about perinatal mental health in Urdu - YouTube
Amandeep Soomal talks about perinatal mental health in Punjabi - YouTube
Katarina Rigova talks about perinatal mental health in Slovak - YouTube
Faiza Rehman talks about perinatal mental health in Mirpuri - YouTube
Dr Anita talks about perinatal mental health in Dari - YouTube
If you'd like to share the films on social media (please do!) either cut and paste the links above into a message/page or just click on the video and a 'Share' arrow should appear in the top right of the video pane, just click on this and choose where you want to share it to.
If you require the embed codes to add the videos to your website you'll need to go to Youtube. Click on the Youtube icon on the bottom left of the video pane below to open it on Youtube then click on the 'Share' icon below the video and choose the embed code option, you can then cut and paste the code to your site. If you have any difficulties, let us know and we'll send you the embed codes.
The films are all available free of charge and if you require the actual film files (MPEG) for any purpose please email email@example.com to request a download link.
If you have any problems accessing the films please let us know by contacting us through our website.
If you live in Birmingham and need help?
If you need help or support or have any questions please call.
0121 301 5990
or click here to email us