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Baby 101 - The Basics

Date: Friday, July 27, 2018
Location: 109 Bee Street, Charleston, SC 29401, 5th floor, Mental Health Conference Room B532
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If you are pregnant or have given birth within the last 6 months,
this event is for you!!!

Friday July 27, 2018 | 1 - 4 p.m.
109 Bee Street, Charleston, SC 29401| 5th floor Conference Room B532
POC: Sandra Walker-Halliman, MSN, RN | Josh Larsen, MSN, RN

This fun and interactive class will guide new and expectant parents in hands-on care of newborns such as diaper change, burping, swaddling, bathing and colic care.

Rest easy knowing your infant is sleeping safely. Learn helpful tips about SIDS, co-sleeping, and prepping the crib.

Learn life-saving skills for your infant if an emergency occurs.

One of the biggest threats to a child is an injury occurring in the home. While it may seem like a daunting task at first, this checklist can help you go room by room of your home to make it safer for not only your child but your whole family.

Learn techniques to calm a crying baby and yourself during those stressful moments in life.

A new baby is a huge adjustment. Feeling intense sadness, exhaustion, and anxiety can be helped! You are not alone!

This course will help new parents learn how to build confidence in breastfeeding, identify when the baby is hungry, positions for feeding, how to prevent soreness, storage of milk, and much more.

Come learn about keeping your baby safe in the car! We’ll cover how to choose a car seat, how to install it into your vehicle and who can help, and how to determine when to change seats or positions as your baby grows.