New Mothers Get Together course

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Wonderful class for new mums & babies to bond. Learn and discuss child development.

Four 2-hour sessions

$195 per mother

 

In addition to having a wonderful time, being a new mother can be a daunting experience. Mother & Child offers the New Mothers Get Together course for new mothers with babies from about 4 weeks to 3 months. The Get Together is facilitated by an experienced Midwife or Maternal & Child health nurse. The course provides a host of information along with a social support network of new mothers in the same situation. Guest speakers such as a paediatrician, counsellor and physiotherapist are often invited to speak to the mothers.


When should you have the session?

When your baby is 4 weeks old up to 3 months

Duration

2 hours a week for four weeks





Includes

  • New Mothers Get Together course facilitated by a Midwife or Maternal & Child health nurse

  • Meet-up Mondays health professional supported drop-in session

Course Content

This New Mothers Get Together course provides you with evidence based information that you need to feel comfortable and confident as a new mother. The course provides a host of information along with a social support network of new mothers in the same situation. Guest speakers such as a paediatrician, counsellor and physiotherapist are often invited to speak to the mothers.

The course is structured in four sessions. The topics of interest include;

Class 1

Introduction to the programme, the facilitator, each other. Our birth experience.

Class 2

The Early weeks, Normal growth and milestones, Reducing the risk of SIDS, Crying, Normal sleep pattern

Class 3

Common mother and infant problems and illnesses. For Moms (Breastfeeding problems, Postnatal depression, Pelvic floor exercises). For baby (Common minor ailments, When your baby is ill, Immunisation)

Class 4

Travelling with baby, Going back to work, Relationships, Resources



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