Baby Steps Class

Pediatrician Dr. Todd Poret

Baby Steps Class at Concord Hospital

Childbirth & Parenting Classes

Helping you prepare for childbirth and early parenthood is the focus of childbirth and parenting classes offered through The Family Place at Concord Hospital. Classes are open to obstetrical patients and their partner or support person. Classes are repeated monthly and can be taken at any point in your pregnancy based on your family's schedule and needs. The classes are taught by registered labor and delivery nurses and certified childbirth educators. All classes are held at Concord Hospital. Some classes are offered free of charge. Registration is available online for all classes.

Childbirth Education

We're offering patients access to online classes in-person and via Zoom.

We're also offering patients access to Understanding Birth A Comprehensive Guide that includes all the required elements of a traditional childbirth class including end of pregnancy, labor, comfort measures, medications, procedures, birth, postpartum, newborn appearance, newborn care and safety. Additionally, it includes an activation code that provides access to 51 interactive video clips and worksheets. To request a copy, call (603) 227-7000, ext. 3228.

Access to the Newborn Channel Now Web site is available via access code 00770.

Upcoming Classes & Events

  • Sep
    27
    Tuesday
    10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    Support, connection, education and empowerment are what you can expect when you attend this support group for new parents and their babies.
  • Sep
    27
    Tuesday
    6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    Do you have questions and concerns regarding breastfeeding your newborn? This open discussion, led by a lactation consultant, is for you.
  • Sep
    28
    Wednesday
    5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    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.
  • Sep
    28
    Wednesday
    6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    Learn how the science of childhood development has informed parenting changes in the last 20+years, and the supportive role you can play in your grandchild's early growth and development.