The Parent-Child Education program at South Nassau is here to prepare you for the many stages of life — pregnancy, childbirth and beyond! Our goal is to provide you with the information you need to make health care decisions that are best for you and your family.
Our classes include:
- Prepared Childbirth
- Preparation for Breastfeeding
- Breastfeeding and Working
- Baby Care
- Prenatal Yoga
- Mommy-Baby Yoga
- Infant-Child CPR
- Sibling Class
For more information about these classes, call (516) 377-5310 or click here.
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