When I first found out I was pregnant, I was truly scared so I went to a women’s shelter.
The shelter was a government initiative that helped pregnant women & teens with shelter & assistance until they were able to stand on their own.
I had been at the shelter for numerous weeks & the experience was better than I had imagined. There was a heat pump to help keep us cool from the Summer heat, both of us had hot food every day & a roof over our heads. On Monday, the matron announced that the governor had donated an air purification plan to the shelter that would help improve the indoor air quality thus promoting the respiratory health of pregnant women & more importantly the newborns. The media media air cleaner was delivered by workers from the local corporation who proceeded with the replacement. The workers came in & out of the shelter carrying device such as air ducts for the air duct. During the duct sealing process, I had to take a walk in the garden as the shelter became truly noisy. The heat & A/C products I saw seemed truly complex & extravagant. The workers also changed our temperature control to a wireless a single that only the matron could control. I struck up a conversation with a single of the techies who explained the function of the air quality plan & what an owner could do to ensure it lasted truly long since it is truly fancy. The respectfully busy duct cleaning was the first requirement followed by keeping the air filters free from dust by cleaning the washable filter every 3 to 6 weeks. A few weeks later, I gave birth & I had never been happier to have gotten help from the amazing people at the shelter.