The Pediatric Center’s Baby Class Provides Expecting Parents With Invaluable Information

The Pediatric Center’s Baby Class Provides Expecting Parents With Invaluable Information

The Pediatric Center in New Providence, NJ, offers a free new baby class to help parents learn how to care for their newborns. Led by Dr. Clare Cardo McKegney, DNP, a highly qualified Doctor of Nursing Practice and certified breastfeeding counselor, this class provides parents with valuable information on how to care for their newborn and ensure their healthy development.

Everyone comes to the role of a new parent with expectations, experiences, and dreams. It is essential to discuss it and support each other in your new roles as parents. Part of this class is a gentle reminder to be patient with each other and yourself.

The class is designed for parents who are expecting a new baby. It covers a range of topics related to newborn care, including feeding, sleep patterns, crying, other cues and behavior, diaper changing, how to hold your new baby, and other safety tips. The class also provides parents with guidance on how to recognize signs of illness and when to seek medical attention.One of the important topics covered in the class is feeding. Parents will learn about the different options for feeding their newborn, including breastfeeding, formula feeding, and combination feeding. Dr. McKegney will provide parents with information on how often to feed their newborn and how to recognize signs of hunger and fullness.

Dr. McKegney also covers sleep patterns, a crucial topic for new parents. Parents will learn about safe sleep practices and creating a safe sleep environment for their newborn. The class will provide parents with information on the recommended sleep duration for newborns and how to establish a sleep routine.

Diaper changing is another important topic covered in class. Parents will learn the proper technique for changing a diaper and how to prevent diaper rash. They will also receive guidance on choosing the right size and type of diaper for their newborn.

Safety is a critical concern for new parents, and the class guides keeping a newborn safe. Parents will learn about the importance of car seat safety, safe sleep practices, and how to prevent common injuries such as falls and burns.

Finally, the class provides parents with guidance on recognizing signs of illness in their newborn and when to seek medical attention. Parents will learn about common illnesses in newborns, such as fever and respiratory infections, and how to care for their newborn if they become ill.

Overall, The Pediatric Center’s free new baby class provides new parents with invaluable information on how to care for their newborn.¬† Led by Dr. Clare Cardo McKegney, DNP, a highly qualified Doctor of Nursing Practice and certified breastfeeding counselor, this class provides parents with guidance on feeding, sleep, diaper changing,¬† safety, and recognizing signs of illness. If you are expecting a baby, this class is a must-attend to ensure you are adequately prepared as well as for the health and well-being of your newborn.

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