Over the past 25 years, we’ve licensed over 110,000 professionals. To have fun our 25th 12 months in enterprise, we’re deciding on 25 grads to showcase this 12 months. Meet our subsequent featured grad, Michelle Romero, an AFPA Licensed Prenatal and Postnatal Health Specialist.
Inform us a bit of bit about your story. How did your curiosity and keenness for this subject start?
I’ve all the time had a ardour for health. After I came upon I used to be pregnant with my third child, I made a decision it was time to pay it ahead and assist different pregnant mothers keep wholesome and match. So I made a decision to get prenatal/postnatal licensed to create my very own exercises and assist different mothers.
What made you significantly within the certification that you simply selected?
I’ve all the time had match pregnancies and I knew that when I received licensed I may assist different mothers keep match and assist them with labor.
Why did you select AFPA as your certifying group?
I used to be referred by a buddy.
What was the certification course of like for you?
It was good to have the ability to do all the things by myself time and in my own residence.
What was your favourite half about this system? Why?
The books that had been despatched me to check. I can now use them for references.
The place had been you in your well being/health profession previous to receiving your certification?
I’ve all the time had a ardour for health however have by no means been licensed. I’m now in a position to assist others!
What do you do now?
I created my very own health exercises and have them on my web site. I assist pregnant mothers with these exercises on-line.
What are your profession objectives going ahead?
My objective is to create my very own app geared in direction of pre/postantal shoppers and provides them steerage.
What does a typical day seem like for you now?
I battle with selling my enterprise and gaining my very own shoppers however I spend every day in search of mothers that need assistance, by way of social media, and am now creating postnatal exercises.
Would you advocate AFPA to others?