Count the Kicks is a proven stillbirth prevention public health campaign that teaches expectant parents about the importance of tracking fetal movements. This campaign has the potential to save 60 babies every year in Kansas. Statistics show that 232 stillborn babies are born each year in Kansas.
The Count the Kicks app allows expectant moms to monitor their baby's movement, record the history, set a daily reminder, and count for single babies and twins.
Read the amazing story of how the Count the Kicks app helped a Kansas City mother save her baby, Ava, this year.
The Count the Kicks App makes it simple to track your baby's normal movement pattern with the touch of your finger. Its daily text feature will even remind you when it's time to start counting. If you notice a change in your baby's regular movement pattern, call your healthcare provider right away.
Deanna Cummings, Count the Kicks Kansas Ambassador, shares about how Count the Kicks helped to save her daughter Nevaeh in 2018.