Postpartum Education App

Streamline postpartum discharge education.

InJoy’s all-new Understanding Mother & Baby Care web app gives new parents the timely information they need to care for themselves and their babies right on their smartphones. Information is prioritized to make postpartum discharge education fast and easy.

  • Convenient – Mobile learning format engages parents and increases patient satisfaction.
  • On Demand & Personalized – Parents have instant access to helpful videos and need-to-know information customized for their situation.
  • Timely & Focused – Organized by baby’s age to avoid overloading tired new moms with too much information.
  • Make It Your Own – Brand the app and promote your facility’s unique services with customization options.
  • Paperless Learning – Provides education in a digital format for the way new parents like to learn.
  • Spanish Language Detection – The app recognizes if your browser’s language is set to Spanish and delivers the content in that language.

Click play to learn about the Understanding Mother & Baby Care App features



With the Understanding Mother & Baby Care App Parents Have Access to:

  • 89 pages of current, concise evidence-based information
  • 27 engaging videos and animations
  • 8 handy printable PDFs
  • My Baby & Me text and email messages providing helpful timely tips
  • One-click access to warning signs for mom and baby
  • Information on caring for late-preterm babies and multiples
  • Handy notes page to save questions or important contact information

Available in Baby-Friendly and standard versions!

For more information and pricing details,
call your Area Representative at 800.326.2082 x2.


What parents are saying about the App:
“I am a self-learner so it was nice to be able to go over the information myself.” 

“Very pleased with help from the nursing staff, but the app provided more detail that helped answer and prompt further questions."

 “Very convenient, I can use it while holding the baby!”

“I feel much more prepared and ready to take care of myself and my baby when we get home.”