Baptist Health Paducah Offers Free Classes for Expecting Parents

Baptist Health Paducah Hosts Free Community Classes for Expectant Parents in April

Parents who are expecting a new addition to their family will have the opportunity to attend free community classes offered by Baptist Health Paducah in April. These classes are designed to provide support and education during this exciting but sometimes anxiety-inducing time. Led by health experts such as Board Certified Lactation Consultant Kim Coram and clinical educators Martha Veatch and Cindy Walker, the classes will cover topics such as childbirth, breastfeeding, and more.

During the classes, parents will have the chance to tour mom and baby rooms and Labor and Delivery to learn about the childbirth process. They will also receive information on visitor policies, what to expect once admitted, and answers to any questions that may help them feel prepared for delivery. For those interested in breastfeeding, there will be a Breastfeeding Matters class led by Coram as well as a Kangaroo Club support group. The Kangaroo Club provides a safe space for breastfeeding mothers to share their experiences, voice their concerns, and encourage one another on their journey.

Classes will take place at Baptist Health Paducah in the Zimmerman NICU Education Room and Maternal Child Unit. Scheduled classes for April include Breastfeeding Matters on April 2 from 6-8 p.m., Childbirth Class on April 9 from 5-7 p.m., April 20 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m., and Kangaroo Club on April 11 from 1-2:30 p.m.. Baptist Health emphasizes the importance of having reliable resources, advice, and support during the childbirth and breastfeeding process. Classes are free to attend and registration can be done through the Baptist Health website.

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