The You & Your Baby programs are timely and accurate– all footage is current. We understand that even when programs are accurate, they lose credibility when the footage is outdated.
We will work with you to ensure your hospital policies are reflected in each section.
You & Your Baby programs include:
- Newborn Care
- Postpartum Care
- Developmental Milestones
- Interactive Play
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Wet Diapers & Stools
Storing & Thawing Breast Milk
Your Diet During Breastfeeding
Bonding With Baby
Shaken Baby Syndrome
Car Seat Safety
This program provides mothers with the information they need to care for themselves postpartum.
The Postpartum Care program includes:
Involution of the Uterus
Hemorrhoid Care Episiotomy Care
Caesarean Incision Care
Limitations After Delivery
Causes for Concern
Baby Blues & Postpartum Depression
The Developmental Milestones program allows parents to track baby’s development from birth through age two. This section includes guidance and commentary from a Specialist in Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics.
Birth to 3 months 3-6 months 6-12 months 1-2 years
The comprehensive Newborn Care program is designed to complement and reinforce the guidance you provide in caring for baby. The birth of a child is exciting, emotional, as well as exhausting for new mothers and their ability to retain information during their hospital stay is minimized. This program is designed to be used in the hospital and at home to ensure your mothers have consistency and the security of being able to see visual demonstrations – even at 3 in the morning! We will work with you to ensure your hospital policies are reflected in each section.
The Newborn Care program contains the following sections:
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The Interactive Play Program teaches parents fun ways to interact with their baby, while aiding their development. It is widely known that babies learn through play and interaction. Parents’ regular interaction with their baby – playing, singing, touching, talking and smiling – facilitates babies’ physical, emotional and intellectual development.
This program consists of 21 songs and rhymes and provides instruction on positioning for babies and toddlers.