Hosted by experienced Infant Care and Lactation educators, these free, drop-in groups allow you to connect with other new parents around all the changes and challenges of the first few months of your baby’s life.
Open to the community! Our most popular prenatal eClasses bundled into one discounted package. Online Understanding Birth, Newborn Care, Infant and Child Safety and Breastfeeding classes are paired with three hours of virtual group calls.
Open to the community! Our eClass will help you navigate the transition to parenthood. With current info and videos, you will learn newborn care skills, what to expect in the early days and have access to virtual visits with an educator.
Open to the community! Our eClass offers information on safe sleep, car seats, SIDS, baby equipment, childproofing, etc. With enrollment students are given access to virtual visits with an educator to answer their questions.
Open to the community! This class offers information on labor, comfort techniques, postpartum, etc. With enrollment, students are given access to virtual visits with an educator to answer questions about the class and local hospitals.
Open to the community! This eClass coupled with exclusive access to virtual visits led by an experienced educator, provides expectant mothers and their partners the content and strategies they need to get breastfeeding off to a solid start.
Open to the community! Our most popular newborn eClasses bundled into one discounted package. Newborn Care, Infant/Child Safety and Breastfeeding classes are paired with two livestream sessions.
This weekly virtual group is for families with newborns-9 months of age. Parents will be able to ask questions, express concerns and get tips on how to encourage better sleep for the whole family.
eClass Delivering at Stanford Children's Hospital - Essential information for your baby’s first days
Join our PAMF pediatric hospitalists to learn about caring for a new baby in the first few days of life. We will discuss newborn baby care, feeding a new baby, and what to expect for your baby while in the hospital.
Postpartum support for the “fourth trimester”. Join other new mothers who are in their first three months of parenting their new babies for support around feeding- For ALL the ways you may be feeding your baby.