Seton Parent Education offers a comprehensive selection ranging from Baby Care Basics to Sibling Tours. Pre-payment is required for registration in all classes. If you are unable to attend a class for which you have pre-paid, a friend or relative maytake your place, provided you notify us first. Due to limited space, notification is required three business days prior to class to receive a refund. For Registration Information Call: 324-4252.
$45 per couple
Outline Includes: Newborn Behaviors and Appearance Newborn Genital Care, Diapering, Dressing and Umbilical Cord Care Newborn Health and Safety...
This curriculum is also included in the Comprehensive Prepared Childbirth class.
$30 per couple
A must for families that choose to breastfeed. Includes practical information to prepare parents for breastfeeding.
$60 per couple
Condensed version of the popular Comprehensive Prepared Childbirth series. Seven 1/2 hour course. Outline includes: Stages and Phases of Labor, When to go and what to bring to the Hospital, Lamaze Coaching Techniques of Breathing and Relexation, Pain Relief Options, Variations in Labor, Early Recovery Expectations, Cesarean Section Experience, and Brief Labor Rehearsal.
$80 per couple
Ten hour course. Class outline includes the Stages and Phases of Labor, When to go and what to bring to the Hospital, Lamaze Coaching Techniques of Breathing and Relexation, Pain Relief Options, Variations in Labor, Early Recovery Expectations, Cesarean Section Experience, and Brief Labor Rehearsal. Newborn Care Basics are also included.
Provided free of charge. Pre-registration required.
Times and dates vary according to location.
$40 per couple
pre-registration is required
This a three-hour review course. This class is NOT intended for first time parents.
$5 fee per child (maximum charge is $10 for more than 2). Recommended that children be at least 3 years of age. Please pay the instructor at the time of the class.
An opportunity to prepare your other child(ren) for what to expect with a new baby, A parent or adult should accompany the child(ren