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.
Class is taught by an experienced, certified childbirth educator using the remote Zoom format. An intensive day of prepared childbirth on a Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to prepare the expectant woman and her labor support person for the birth experience.
Support group for new parents with babies under one year using the remote Zoom format. The group is facilitated by a board certified lactation consultant from Capital Health's Lactation Center and is free of charge. This group is offered on Mondays from 1 - 2 p.m.
Studies show that rates of depression, suicide, and other mental health concerns significantly decrease when emergency medical services (EMS) personnel are in an environment of encouragement with resources regarding mental health. It is time to be part of the change.
Capital Health is pleased to launch a new support group for anyone with diabetes or caring for someone with diabetes. Led by Laura Moran, our registered nurse and certified diabetes care and education specialist, this time together will focus on connection and education.
This group provides a supportive and welcoming environment for parents and caregivers of children of all ages with autism spectrum disorder to meet, share experiences, obtain information, ask questions and receive support.