Bring a favorite finger food to share and let your child meet other kids living with Type 1 Diabetes. We'll supply the beverages. Together we will plan a year of adventure, fun, and friends. We'll be meeting the fourth Saturday of each month.
This one-day program for adolescents ages 12 to 15 covers safety, emergencies, playtime, and basic first aid and CPR taught by the Mercer County 4-H Program and Capital Health’s Community Education Department.
Participants are recommended to bring a bag lunch.
Taught by an experienced, certified childbirth educator. This 1 1/2 hour class helps prepare children ages 2 1/2 and up for the arrival of their new brother or sister. Includes a craft activity, discussion about babies, and a Hopewell maternity unit tour.
Discover how prenatal yoga can enhance this amazing transformation in your life. You will learn beneficial yoga positions for the pregnant woman, with emphasis on adapting your yoga practice throughout pregnancy. This practice will help prepare you for childbirth and after.
Capital Health offers a comprehensive outpatient diabetes education program that empowers patients to take control in the successful management of their disease. A physician referral is required for participation.
Taught by an experienced, certified childbirth educator. An intensive two hours of prepared childbirth for expectant parents who have previously attended prepared childbirth classes or who have taken Capital Health's e-class and wish to practice labor coping skills.
A breastfeeding discussion group for mothers and their nursing infants; expectant women interested in breastfeeding welcome. Facilitated by a Capital Health nurse educator/lactation consultant.
Held in the conference room at Capital Health - Hamilton. No pre-registration required.