Includes the challenges of forming a family, how to play with your infant, boosting dad's confidence, dad's new role as protector and coach, patience and support with new moms, dealing with sleep deprivation and hormonal imbalance. No women allowed, sorry moms!
Classes & Events
Instructed by a clinical nurse educator to teach new parents the basics of baby care including umbilical cord care, how to bathe a baby, steps of resuscitation, how to tell if baby is thriving, characteristics of infants and post-partum care of mom.
A community base, recreational group exercise and education program designed specifically for people with arthritis and related diseases. The program’s multiple components help reduce pain and stiffness, and help maintain or improve mobility, muscle strength and functional ability. Each class includes a variety of exercises that can be performed while sitting, standing or lying on the floor; endurance building routines; relationship exercises; and health education topics. Individuals from basic to advanced capabilities will benefit from the program.
AFEP classes are conducted by trained and certified instructors in partnership with the local Arthritis Foundation chapter. Classes are usually one hour in length and meet two to three times per week. A class...
This session includes all classes in the Parenting Series. You may also enroll in single classes instead of the entire series if you do not desire the entire series. Individual classes are listed with dates available and are $20/each.
1st half of Series
Special Delivery! Childbirth Education
February 6, 13, 20, 27 @ 6:30-8:30pm
The 4-session series covers recognizing the signs and symptoms of labor, breathing and relaxation skills, pain management options, coach’s role and involvement during labor, and Caeserean deliveries. Please register between 20 and 24...
Taught by a certified lactation consultant, this class includes the benefits of human breast milk, anatomy and physiology of lactation, elements which promote successful feedings, determining adequate intake and breast pumping and returning to work. Both parents are asked to attend together or the new mom and her birthing coach/partner.