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Rhode Island New Moms Connection offers pregnancy and new mom support groups for women in RI and neighboring communities. Our pregnancy groups are for first time expecting moms. Each ... moreweek there is a new topic - everything from registries and birth plans to changing relationships and postpartum preparations - and it provides an opportunity for meaningful conversations while growing a community of soon-to-be mom friends. For more information, please visit www.rinewmoms.com.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class, Support Group
During this time we are all called upon to dig deep, reaffirm our commitment to self health and redefine our strategies to maintain health. This is particularly important for pregnant ... moreand new moms.This 8-week program will enable you to harness the power of your inner strength and resiliency to transition to motherhood at your best while developing a community of support with other local women having babies.

Your Women's Health Specialist Leaders: 

Darcie Pervier, MSPT, PES, Newburyport Wellness, LLC
Zoe Culbertson, Licensed Acupuncturist, Seaside Family Acupuncture
Rachel Simpson, IBCLC and Infant Feeding Specialist, Simpson Lactation Services
Danielle Shea Tan, MS, CNS, CHHC - Healthy Mamas for Happy Families
Program Overview and Content:

Each week will consist of a live zoom meeting with our community. We will discuss educational content provided by one of several maternal health specialists followed by a live Q & A session. Sessions will be recorded and available to you for 9 months. You will also be invited into a closed FB group to connect, further the discussion, ask any other questions you might have and access to handouts and recorded content from other expert practitioners. This is a great program for pregnant women of all stages and newly postpartum moms! Topics will include:

How to prepare for motherhood in a time of social distancing

Understanding your rights and responsibilities as a patient 

The value of nutritional & herbal support through pregnancy and postpartum to nourish your baby and replenish your own body

Acupressure & Nutrition to curb nausea, reflux, constipation and other common issues of pregnancy

Strategies to manage back pain, pelvic pain, leg swelling and more

Empowering yourself through early education for successful breastfeeding and resolving current breastfeeding issues

Recovering from pregnancy- harnessing the power of nutrition, proper physical activity, and mindfulness
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class, Support Group, Nutrition / Wellness
Where class is offered:
Online
The ultimate, all-you-need starter class for expectant parents! Interested in learning the basics of newborn care before your tiny, precious human is placed into your arms? Baby Bloom ... moreis now offering a Virtual Newborn Care Class for new and expectant mothers. Led by Tyler Lucchese, owner of Baby Bloom Newborn Care Services. We’ve got you covered from the first sponge bath to soothing and swaddling. We can’t prepare you for the diaper blowouts, but for everything else… we’ve got your back.

Topics covered in this class include:

Baby developmental milestones

Basics of breastfeeding and formula feeding

Soothing techniques for a fussy baby

Hygiene and umbilical cord care

Diapering

Safe sleep practices

Health and safety

Newborn Care Demos - So… How does this NoseFrida work? And what does a newborn sponge bath look like? We will provide practical and evidence-based feeding, hygiene, and safety demonstrations that you will use when your baby arrives back home.

Basic newborn care Q&A’s - Because no mama is alike, we will have a Q&A to ensure that your unique questions are being answered.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class, Support Group
Where class is offered:
Online
We invite you to attend one of our virtual Tea with the Team events. This is a free opportunity to "meet" us all, ask questions about doula support, and explore if we are a good fit ... morefor your family.

30, 60, and 90-minute Private Doula Consultations are also available by appointment.
Event Type:
Support Group, Nutrition / Wellness
Where class is offered:
Online
Register Here Tuesday evening 7pm - prenatal support group for pregnant moms with Marissa Sherov, LCSW
Provider:
Event Type:
Support Group
Where class is offered:
Online
A free meet up for moms with toddlers 12-36 months - led by Alex Monahan. Have topics you want to discuss? email thenestingplaceli@gmail.com with your suggestions... more

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMlcuGrqDwuG9UBnz5vVPlHVsJhJFiUw_OG
Provider:
Event Type:
Support Group
Where class is offered:
Online
This program is a 6-week supportive group which focuses on building peer connections, while providing evidence-based information for moms and a supportive network of family centered ... moreprofessionals.
This group is specificially for moms of multiples.
Provider:
Event Type:
Support Group
Where class is offered:
Online
TLC Infancy & Newborn Parenting Online Classes are unique and unlike all other newborn classes! This enjoyable class includes a Parent Topic relevant to new parents as well as ... morea weekly focus on an area of infant development and/or infant behavior.

Families enrolled in this newborn parenting class will also receive the TLC Weekly Newsletter with parent-friendly resources in preparation for the Parent Topic & the Infant Development/Behavior Focus. This newsletter also includes ideas for play & activities at home.

Learn more here: https://thelovedchild.net/infants-0-6-months-2/
Provider:
Event Type:
Support Group
Where class is offered:
Online
Interested in learning the basics of newborn care with a registered labor & delivery nurse? This is the perfect class for you. Your investment includes one expecting mama + one ... moresupport person.

Class Itinerary:

Benefits of Skin to Skin and Rooming In

What Do I Need At Home

Normal vs abnormal newborn findings from birth to skin rashes

When To Call your pediatrician vs when to call 911

Soothing techniques for a fussy baby

Diapering, hygiene, umbilical cord, and circumcision care

Feeding cues

Basics of breast and bottle feeding - newborn weight loss and gain

Health and Safety - Safe Sleep, Home Safety Checklist, and car safety

Developmental Milestones

This class is: 

Taught by Ashley Sousa, RN, BSN, labor & delivery nurse

Evidence-based 

Emotionally connected 

Practical & helpful

It includes:

Newborn Care Demos - We will provide practical and evidence-based feeding, hygiene, and safety demonstrations to use when the baby arrives back home.

Basic newborn care Q&A’s - Because no mama is alike, we will have a Q&A to ensure each unique question is being answered.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class, Support Group
Where class is offered:
Online
Have fears surrounding childbirth? Are you interested in learning strategies to manage labor? Our childbirth class with help build your confidence in your body’s ability to give birth. ... moreStudies have shown that childbirth education classes improve birth outcomes, lower chances of developing postpartum anxiety and depression, and lengthen the duration of breastfeeding. Your course includes demonstrations for practical support + a Q&A session to ensure that your unique questions are answered. The investment includes one expecting mama + one support person.

In this 4 hour class, you will learn:

Know your options: Hospital setting, provider, interventions, and medications

The Birth Process: stages of labor, pushing options, medical interventions, delivery

strategies to manage pain

Epidural procedures, process, and equipment 

How partners can provide support

Labor signs and symptoms

What to Pack in Your Labor Bag

Labor and Delivery Resources (Spinning Babies, Evidence-Based Birth, etc)

What To Expect during recovery and the postpartum period

When to call provider

This class is: 

Taught by Ashley Sousa, RN, BSN, labor & delivery nurse

Evidence-based 

Emotionally connected 

Practical & helpful
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class, Support Group, Nutrition / Wellness
Where class is offered:
Online