Babies don’t come with a set of instructions, but that doesn’t mean you can’t prepare yourself for the early days of parenting. At the Center for Advanced Pediatrics in Norwalk and Darien, Connecticut, the experienced pediatricians offer parenting classes for expectant parents. The team provides classes on prenatal counseling, breastfeeding, and more. Call the Center for Advanced Pediatrics today or schedule an appointment online to learn more about parenting classes.
Parenting classes provide guidance for the challenges and expectations of raising a child. At the Center for Advanced Pediatrics, the team of board-certified pediatricians offers parenting classes to help you prepare for parenthood.
The team focuses on what to expect during labor and delivery, the early days after childbirth, breastfeeding, and other essential topics for expectant parents.
Becoming a parent is an exciting but stressful time. Parenting classes give you the tools to prepare for bringing your new baby home. At the Center for Advanced Pediatrics, the team has a group of experienced pediatricians, nurse practitioners, and lactation consultants on staff to help you navigate:
They also offer expectant parents prenatal counseling.
Parenting classes allow you to ask questions and connect with your pediatrician. Whether you’re pregnant and feeling lost about what to expect once your baby arrives or a new parent struggling to breastfeed, the experienced specialists at the Center for Advanced Pediatrics give you the tools to be an effective, proactive parent.
The Center for Advanced Pediatrics offers many classes with pediatricians, nutritionists, lactation specialists, and sleep consultants to answer your questions and provide guidance and advice for the early days of parenthood. The team’s two most popular complimentary classes are:
During the Baby Basics I class, the team offers expectant parents a full tour of the office and connects them with some of the practice’s esteemed pediatricians. The team also provides practical guidance on how they work with local hospitals, what to expect after delivery, and how to care for your baby during their first few days of life.
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Finally, the team answers any questions you have about prenatal care, childbirth, and the early days of parenthood.
The Nightingales Breastfeeding Center’s lactation specialists teach the Baby Basics II class, which focuses on breastfeeding education, latching concerns, and the best practices for breastfeeding.
Call the Center for Advanced Pediatrics today or schedule an appointment online to learn more about parenting classes or sign up below: