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Online Understanding Postpartum Health & Baby Care
Becoming a parent is an exciting time, with many new experiences, emotions, and a ton of questions. Consider the Understanding Postpartum Health & Baby Care eClass your go-to guide for caring for yourself and your new baby over the first few days and weeks. This interactive online course covers essential information about caring for your newborn, feeding your baby, and taking care of yourself after childbirth. It also highlights important warning signs so you know when to call for help. Parenthood is a journey. Understanding Postpartum Health & Baby Care was created to prepare you for this adventure.
You can access the eClass from any computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. Allow about 2 hours to complete.
- Postpartum Health
- Baby Care
- Videos, animations, and optional read-along audio
- Quizzes, interactive exercises, notes pages, and extended activities
- Essential tools, including a breastfeeding and diaper log
- Audio library with soothing sounds, lullabies, and relaxation exercises
- PDF library, glossary, and web links
- Class completion certificate
Your eClass registration includes online access for nine months.
You only need to register ONE person. Please do not register multiple participants. You will incur a charge for each person registered.
Milk Bar Lactation Support Group (Edmond)
STARTING APRIL 6!
A safe place for moms to come together and share their breastfeeding experiences and knowledge or seek advice. It’s a great place to make new friends, weigh your baby and get support from our lactation consultant and other new moms. This is a community event; moms do not need to have delivered at Integris Health Edmond to participate.
The Milk Bar is free, and registration is not required.
The Milk Bar at Integris Health Edmond will meet on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. come and go on the 4th floor in the Women's Center waiting room. Connie Barta, RN, IBCLC will be leading this event.
For further questions please contact the Women's Center at 405-657-3250.