- AngloINFO® ITALY – "Everything you need to know about moving to Italy"
- Having a Baby in Italy: Pregnancy & Birth – "The administrative details you need to know if you are giving birth in Lazio. Who to contact and what to expect from the Italian system: maternity leave, midwives, vaccinations and registering the birth." – Source: AngloINFO® ROME – "Life in Rome, in English!"
- Having a Baby in Italy: Pregnancy & Birth – "The administrative details you need to know if you are giving birth in Italy. Who to contact and what to expect from the Italian system: maternity leave, midwives, vaccinations and registering the birth" – Source: AngloINFO® TUSCANY – "Life in Tuscany, in English!"
- SERVICES: FAMILY SUPPORT – "This section is dedicated to family support services and benefits available in Italy such as family allowances, maternity/parental leave and assistance. Moreover, here follows some useful information on family reunion and child care system." – Source: EURAXESS ITALY – "We provide information and assistance to mobile researchers – by means of this portal and with the support of our national EURAXESS Services Centres .This portal contains practical information concerning professional and daily life, as well as information on job and funding opportunities. The services centres help researchers and their family to plan and organise their move to a foreign country, providing assistance in all matters related to mobility, see our services commitment . All services of the EURAXESS Network are free of charge."
- How to Give Birth in Italy – Source: eHow™
- Pre- & Post-Natal Care – Source: Found under the Family and Children subsection of the Italy secti0n of Taking Up Residence – "MOVING & RELOCATION GUIDES" – "Living abroad or relocating to another country to study, work or retire ?" – "Taking Up Residence offers concise and practical country information guides on a wide range of expat topics that can guide you through your move."
- Expats in Italy – "for those who dream and for those who live the dream" – Source: web site
- Cristina's Pregnancy & Birth Story – Cristina Fassio
- Prenatal Care and Delivering a Baby in Rome! HELP! – tartufina – Posted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 3:47 pm
- Having a baby in Italy in 2011 – posted by: ballerina – posted on: Jan 28th 2011, 8:59 am – Source: found in the Discussion Forum of BritishExpats.com – "Serving the expatriate community"
- The cost of having a baby in Italy – Saturday, 20 November 2010 – Leanne in Italy – Source: From Australia to Italy – "Australian girl remigrates back to the country her family left behind."
- Obstetricians defend safety of childbirth in Italy – Published 4 October 2010 – Source: BMJ (British Medical Journal) – "helping doctors make better decisions"
- Labor of Love in Milan – Apr 03, 2008 – "Stella Luz Borgioli, was born on 3 March 2006 at 9:03 am at Ospedale Buzzi in Milan, Italy." – Source: Found In the News section of Italiakids.com – "A complete resource guide for International families in Italy"
- The raw truth about childbirth in Italy and obtaining a Permesso di Soggiorno – by Aimee on June 21, 2009 – Source: Living in Italy – "I can't understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I'm frightened of the old ones. J. Cage”
- EXPAT ORIENTED
- Expat Women Living in Italy – "If you are (or plan to be) an expat living in Italy , please find below a list of expat clubs, schools, general links for women living in Italy , country information and more.." – Source: ExpatWomen – "INSPIRING YOUR SUCCESS ABROAD"
- Expats in Italy – "for those who dream and for those who live the dream" – Source: web site. Please checkout the various subsections of this informative and interesting web site:
- MEMBER AREA – restricted to individuals who have a "Username" and "Password".
- Italiakids.com – "A complete resource guide for International families in Italy" – Source: web site
- Italy – Source: Expat Focus – "EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO START A NEW LIFE ABROAD - WHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO?"
- Italy secti0n of Taking Up Residence – "MOVING & RELOCATION GUIDES" – "Living abroad or relocating to another country to study, work or retire ?" – "Taking Up Residence offers concise and practical country information guides on a wide range of expat topics that can guide you through your move."
- MOTHER/MOTHERS-TO-BE ORIENTED
- Firenze Moms 4 Moms Network – ". . . was setup to assist English speaking mothers in Florence and the surrounding areas. This network was organized in 2004 to give information that is helpful for English speaking moms that are trying to raise children in Italy." – Source: web site
- RomeMama.com – "for mothers and mothers-to-be in rome, italy" – Source: web site
- SEE ALSO:
- Info on expat web sites for Italy and elsewhere *, dated, Wednesday, June 16, 2010
- Info on some of my blog entries (URLs) for Tuscany/Toscana, Italy *, dated, Wednesday, July 22, 2009
- Info on EXPATS: Primarily in Italy *, dated, Wednesday, November 09, 2005
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