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Free Parenting Seminar – Breastfeeding: The Joys and Challenges

Are you a new parent or soon to be a parent?  Want to know more about breastfeeding?

Find out what’s involved and how to manage.

Come and hear about:

  • breastfeeding and how it works
  • common problems and how to manage them
  • living and working while breastfeeding
  • how partners,family and friends can help.

Babies, partners and supporters welcome

For further information contact Parenting SA

For information about breatfeeding go to www.cyh.com

Please note: Another seminar on ‘Breastfeeding: The Joys and Challenges’ is being held on Wednesday 7 August at the Hopgood Lecture Theatre, Noarlunga http://breastfeeding7august.eventbrite.com.au

Free Parenting Seminars this weekend!



Parenting SA is partnering with Every Chance for Every Child (SA Govt) to offer three free parenting seminars at the Lollipop Market, Morphettville on Sunday 19th May.

The three seminars are:

  • Sleep and your toddler: 10.45 – 11.45am. The speaker is Dr Sarah Blunden, a sleep psychologist working both in private practice and in the area of research. Sarah will cover toddler’s sleep needs, common sleep concerns, day time sleeps, going to bed at night and night waking
  • Feeding Toddlers: 12.15 – 1pm. The speaker is Sarah Toome, a dietician from the Women’s and Children’s Hospital. She will talk about toddler’s nutritional need, managing fussy eating, managing meal times and introducing new food.
  • Living with babies: 1.15 – 2 pm. The speaker is Rosie Ranford, a CaFHS Clinical nurse with over 20 years experience. She will talk about how babies communicate and develop and how to care for babies in the first year.

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE:  http://www.everychild.eventbrite.com.au/

Parenting SA also has two upcoming seminars on Caring for your new baby at the WCH at 7.15 on Thursday May 16 and Wednesday May 22  www.newbabymay.eventbrite.com.au

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