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Can’t come to a childbirth class? We’ll bring it to you! Consider the Understanding Birth eClass your go-to guide for answers you can trust on childbirth. This interactive online course covers essential information on labor and more, and highlights ways partners can help throughout the process.
Stressed out? Having trouble coping? Feeling overwhelmed? If you answer yes, you are not alone. In fact, in 2020, 60 percent of adults in the United States report experiencing significant stress and worry on a daily basis.
2020 has been a unique and difficult year for so many people. Capital Heath would like you to spend a little time just for you. This two-hour retreat is an excellent opportunity to disconnect from the frenetic activity of daily life and let your speedometer return to zero.
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Led by an experienced, certified childbirth educator, expecting parents can take a virtual tour of the maternity unit. A link to the virtual tour will be included in the confirmation email you receive after registering.
Class is taught by a board certified lactation consultant from Capital Health's Lactation Center using the remote Zoom format. Class is on a weekday evening, 6:00 to 8:30 pm. This class is taken before the birth of the baby.
Class is taught by an experienced, certified childbirth and parent educator using the remote Zoom format. Class is on a weekday evening, 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. This class helps prepare first-time expectant parents to care for their newborn.
Taught by an experienced, certified childbirth educator using the remote Zoom format. This series consists of four weekly two-hour classes to prepare the expectant woman and her support person for the labor and birth experience.