Here you can download the visual birth plan icons used in The Positive Birth Book for free to create your own visual birth plan.
NEWS: The Positive Birth Book Visual Birth Plan Cards are now available.
For more details on how to create your own VBP, see chapter 6 in The Positive Birth Book by Milli Hill. Please note that the icons are for your private use only and may not be shared, sold or reproduced without written permission from Pinter & Martin.
Just add the VBP to your basket and check out. Your order confirmation email will contain a link to download your files.
The file contains:
- A PDF with all the icons for you to cut out.
Please note that these are available for free worldwide - however we only ship books to the UK, so if you are outside the UK please do not add anything else to your basket. To get The Positive Birth Book or any other Pinter & Martin books with free shipping outside the UK, we recommend Wordery.
The VBP icons are illustrated by Kate Evans.
We very much hope you find the icons and The Positive Birth Book useful.
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Love the visual birth plan. Pretty sure it will be responded to well during my labour! I decided to screenshot the icons I wanted and added to a document and added further notes on some icons.
It really helps simplify my birth plan
Exactly what i wanted
Images were clear and easy to download and print. Exactly as described. Wonderful that this is free. Really helpful visual birthing plan that will really help us be clear in what we want during our labour!
It was very useful for my birth plan :)
Such a great aide to creating birth plan. Quick, simple and easy for the midwifes to follow. Can’t believe it’s free too! Defo recommend.
Positive Birth Book Visual Plan
So glad these are available free - very clear and help guide our Birth Plan notes. Thanks!
Would highly recommend this to anyone creating a birth plan - by far the best format I have come across
visual birth plan icons
These icons provide a very nice way to create a visual birth plan that's super quick and easy for care providers to understand. I think it could be improved by making the images easier to copy and paste into a word doc or other document creation software. Currently, you need to snip, paste, and re-size each icon you wish to use, which is not very user-friendly.