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  • Amazing Newborns

    Discussions in this class focus on choosing a pediatrician, newborn characteristics, learning to soothe your baby, and general wellness and safety topics.

  • Breastfeeding Open Discussion

    Do you have questions and concerns regarding breastfeeding your newborn? This open discussion, led by a lactation consultant, is for you.

  • Car Seat Safety Inspection

    Not sure if your child's car seat installed properly? Schedule a free safety inspection with a certified technician to find out and to ask questions.

  • Expectations: Preparing for Your First Birth

    This program prepares you and your partner for the journey of birth in a relaxed and supportive environment. It includes a tour of The Family Place.

  • Family & Friends CPR

    Learn how to administer CPR to an adult, child or infant. This program is designed for those who do not need a course completion card.

  • Labor Support

    In addition to your childbirth class, you are welcomed to attend this open discussion with a maternity nurse.

  • One More Time: Preparing for Another Birth

    If you have experienced a previous childbirth this class is for you. In it, you and your partner review the childbirth process, as well as labor coping skills.

  • Parent Preview Tour

    If you're having your baby at The Family Place this guided tour of the unit highlights what you can expect during your Hospital stay.

  • Postpartum Emotional Support Group

    Are you experiencing emotional responses to childbirth? This group focuses on education, support, background and healing.

  • Reality Check: Life with Baby

    The arrival of a baby brings joy, fear, confusion, exhaustion and love. Get tips, from a maternity nurse, on navigating the first weeks home with your newborn.

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