A virtual online Newborn Care and Infant CPR class prepares you for the moment your baby is born through the first few anxiety-provoking months. This purchase provides you with access for one month to the course video, LIVE virtual video Q&A group discussion sessions with other clients as well as the class Resource Guide. If you would like continued access to the video and Q&A sessions, you may renew your membership access for a discounted fee every month until your delivery. Note: 1 ticket allows for two people to access the online class and resources.
This unique experience is taught by Nested’s Founder, Nidhi Reva MPH, PA-C, and includes access to a Nested-facilitated LIVE virtual video Q&A discussion session with other clients as well as the class Resource Guide. We take you on a journey from the day of discharge through your newborn’s first few months at home. Our emphasis is setting your family up for a smooth transition, promoting a healthy baby, parents and supporting community. This can all be done in the comfort of your home.
The NB/CPR online video class provides the viewer to:
- Learn about “normal” newborn appearance, hospital discharge logistics, signs of newborn illness, and when to call your pediatrician
- View demonstrations of swaddling, soothing techniques, bathing and changing diapers
- Learn choking prevention tactics and infant CPR and demonstrate how to resuscitate a specialized CPR non responsive dolls
- View physical therapy videos to address proper ergonomics to prevent musculoskeletal injuries that new parents tend to experience
- Incorporate techniques and strategies to address new challenges of a growing family in terms of boundaries with work and family
Ultimately, clients will be armed with a toolkit to strengthen the physical and emotional health of the entire family. This is a perfect class for biological, adoptive or foster parents, friends, caregivers, nannies and grandparents.
We recommend viewing this online video class later in the pregnancy, after 30 weeks – mainly because we review what happens after the baby is delivered and through the first year. We find taking it closer to the due date helps keep this info “fresher” and top of mind.