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Pregnancy Education from the Family Birth Center
For your own copy of class offerings in the Family Birth Center, please download our 2022 Classes Brochure.
This one-day session class is designed for busy people. It offers an overview of the basics of childbirth and some essential techniques to practice at home to prepare for labor and delivery. You will receive a tour of the birthing area and obstetric unit.
This class will help you and your partner understand the breastfeeding process and increase your confidence in breastfeeding. We strongly encourage you to bring your spouse, birthing partner, your mother or other supportive friend.
This class is designed for parents, caregivers, and others who want to learn basic CPR and choking rescue skills for infants. This class uses the American Heart Association's "Family and Friends" CPR curriculum and is taught by professionl instructors credentialed by the American Heart Association. Attendees of theis class receive an American Heart Association CPR booklet and completion card. Please note: this is not a certification course.
This class is designed to help big brothers or sisters adjust to a new baby in the family. Talking about what it means to be a big brother or sister helps your little one explore the new feelings they are experiencing. Mom is encouraged to schedule the class nearest to her due date. An adult must accompany the child.
Are you pregnant and still smoking? Now there's help to quit, for the health of you and your baby. This class offers personalized support to help you stop smoking and start having a healthier, smoke-free pregnancy. Classes are offered as needed, and by appointment only. Call (574) 753-1466 to discuss if you are interested.
When you call (574) 753-1488 to register for any of our classes, please let them know you will need a translator for your class and we will have one available.
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