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Our own Debbie Young was interviewed for an article for eHealthcare STRATEGY & TRENDS just after the pandemic started. The writer, Althea Fung, wanted to know how pregnant and new families would continue to be educated in the time of social distancing. To learn more, read Preparing During a Pandemic: Online Programs Help Expectant Mothers Get Ready for Childbirth.


September 12, 2017

MEDIA CONTACT: Lisa Metzger [email protected] 720-771-4238


LONGMONT, CO – It was announced today that InJoy Health Education, the country’s leading provider of evidence-based, video-rich teaching solutions for medical and education professionals working in obstetrics and early childhood development, has partnered with the Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association (RMDSA).

InJoy will donate one percent of sales orders during the month of October 2017 to RMDSA as part of its support of Down Syndrome Awareness Month.

“Just as InJoy complements the care of nurses, doctors, educators, and other medical professionals by providing engaging and inspiring educational materials for families, so does RMDSA by offering essential information, emotional-support services, and other resources to professionals and the families they serve,” said Carlos Descalzo, president and CEO of InJoy.

“My wife and I have a son with Down syndrome,” Descalzo added. “So, I know the parents’ perspective well, and I know how important the nurses and doctors were to us when my son was born. They helped us so much. At InJoy we want to support those doctors and nurses, and we believe that the training and services RMDSA provides will help immeasurably.”

Donations will go to RMDSA’s medical outreach and training programs.

RMDSA – a non-directional and immediate resource for physicians, nurses, educators, and families – offers training services for medical professionals that are designed to complement what they already do for patients. RMDSA helps nurses and doctors deliver a pre- or postnatal diagnosis in a way that is not only informative but that also outlines options and gives hope and perspective. Their team brings peace of mind and understanding and presents realistic expectations to patients in what can be a very confusing time.

“We work with pediatricians, OB/GYNs, nurses, geneticists, and many others in the medical community to ensure that when a diagnosis is delivered, it is done in a factual, non-biased manner,” explained Mac Macsovits, executive director of RMDSA.

RMDSA staff is available for presentations and trainings for medical staff in the Rocky Mountain region, as well as to provide direct assistance for patients.

“Partnering with InJoy is a natural fit,” he added. “Both of our organizations believe in empowerment and by working together with the nurses and doctors and other medical professionals that we both serve – by giving them the best curriculum, the best training, and the most current approaches to care – we are supporting families, babies, and young children in ways that will be make a big difference.”


ABOUT INJOY HEALTH EDUCATION: Since 1988, InJoy Health Education has been committed to all women and families having access to evidence-based maternal/child health information. Serving more than 15,000 customers in the hospital and public health sectors nationwide, InJoy has become a trusted name in new-parent education among educators and health professionals. From pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and breastfeeding to early parenting, InJoy’s video-rich teaching solutions for parents and staff include DVDs, books, web apps, PowerPoints, online classes, and more. (

ABOUT THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION: The mission of Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association is to assure inclusion and enhance the independence of people with Down syndrome. We will achieve this by providing education, resources, and support in partnership with individuals, families, professionals, and the community. (

For Immediate Release

October 28, 2015

Media Contact: Kym Adams InJoy Birth & Parenting Education P - 800.326.2082 x128
[email protected]

InJoy’s Revamped CARE Program to Provide Low-Cost, High-Quality Health Education to More Organizations Serving Underserved Communities Longmont, Colorado

Since 1988, InJoy has been committed to all women and families having access to evidence-based maternal/child health information. Care About Reaching Everyone (CARE) is a special discount program created to assist educators who serve low-income, at-risk, and underserved communities. Recently, InJoy revamped their CARE program to have an even greater impact both in the United States and internationally.

In keeping with their commitment and company mission, InJoy wants all health educators have access the same high quality, up-to-date, and evidence-based teaching materials that the larger, privately-funded health organizations can more easily access. With better information, families increase their chances to make informed health decisions and, more importantly, give children a better start during their most vulnerable years.

“We aren’t just continuing to offer the program, we also want to do it better,” explains InJoy’s CEO, Carlos Descalzo. “We are seeing an increased need. Educators and organizations are being asked to do more with less. With funding being cut for many government programs, there are more small non-profit organizations and individuals trying to fill the gaps.”

In order to meet the amplified needs of non-profits, InJoy increased the amount of money allotted for discounts, and is now offering a wider selection of products through the CARE program, such as their award-winning Understanding Guides with online video access and their BASICS Breastfeeding Booklets with Text4Video, a new product designed specifically for younger, limited-literacy parents. The company also created better application guidelines for the discount program so that even


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