BY THE NUMBERS
Our goal is to make kick counting a common practice for every parent in the third trimester of pregnancy. Learn more about the impact of stillbirth in your state.
West Virginia loses 104 babies a year on average to stillbirth.
In West Virginia, the stillbirth rate is 5.28 per 1,000 live births.
We believe Count the Kicks can help save an average of 33 babies per year in West Virginia.
Read more about the evidence behind Count the Kicks.Evidence
Count the Kicks is proud to partner with state health agencies and other organizations to reduce stillbirths across the U.S. Thanks to the generous support of the West Virginia Perinatal Partnership of Health and Human Services, Count the Kicks educational materials are available for free in the state of West Virginia.
We were proud to receive the designation of Best Practice by the Association of Maternal Child Health Programs (AMCHP) in January 2021.
For more information on outreach and programming in your state, please contact Megan Aucutt, Program Director
Spread the Word
Count the Kicks offers free educational materials to healthcare providers in West Virginia so they can educate expectant parents about the importance of tracking fetal movements. Our materials are available in English and Spanish.
We are pleased to offer our Count the Kicks Academy for Providers is a suite of educational videos, guides, and resources to help maternal healthcare professionals implement our successful evidence-based campaign and have the kick counting conversation with expectant parents.
Expectant parents can get to know what’s normal for their baby by counting kicks every day in the third trimester. The Count the Kicks app makes it easy to record your baby’s movements and notice if something changes.
Parents can also make an impact by talking to their friends and family about Count the Kicks and educating them on the importance of tracking fetal movements.
We are pleased to offer Count the Kicks Academy for Parents. Count the Kicks Academy for parents is a suite of educational videos, guides, and resources to help expectant parents get their baby here safely.
Our goal is to make kick counting a common practice in the third trimester by reaching as many providers and expectant parents as possible.
We have provided over 1,700,000 educational materials to healthcare providers.
Over 130,000 expectant parents have downloaded our app to track their baby’s movements.
In the first 10 years of Count the Kicks in Iowa, the state’s stillbirth rate decreased nearly 32%.
"If you are pregnant or ever plan of becoming pregnant, please, please, please, Count the Kicks; it could save a life."Olivia G.
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Through years of outreach and education, the babies we have helped still inspire us the most.
Meet our baby saves and learn how Count the Kicks helped save their lives.Baby Saves
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