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June 20th, 2018 @ 12-1 pm:

"Baby Basics" LIVE Webinar

Brought to you by Boston NAPS

Baby Basics: Boston NAPS top tips for bringing your newborn home

 

Bringing home your newborn is an exciting time, and one that comes with many new questions as you transition from the hospital to your home. Boston NAPS is going to give you their top tips for navigating your first 4 weeks home from the hospital.

 

Topics will include:

  • The 4th trimester: What to expect in the first 4 weeks home
  • Recognizing your baby's hunger cues and knowing when to feed
  • How to respond to an overtired or overstimulated baby
  • The 5 S's - how to swaddle and soothe your baby

Baby Basics: Boston NAPS top tips for bringing your newborn home

Bringing home your newborn is an exciting time, and one that comes with many new questions as you transition from the hospital to your home. Boston NAPS is going to give you their top tips for navigating your first 4 weeks home from the hospital.

Jamie is originally from Rhode Island. After graduating from Villanova University with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Jamie worked as a Labor and Delivery RN in many hospitals over the course of seven years. She enjoys the time she gets to spend talking and working with clients to ensure they feel comfortable and well cared for as they transition home with their babies. Jamie is also a Certified Lactation Counselor and works as a part-time clinical instructor, teaching future nurses about Women's and Family Health, at Northeastern University.

After graduating from Boston College, Emily worked on a medical floor for a few years before transferring over to labor and delivery. During her eight years working as an RN on these floors, she obtained her Master of Science in Nursing and her Family Nurse Practitioner license. Emily currently works in a private practice in Brookline seeing OB/GYN patients. Her passion lies in education and she works as a maternity clinical instructor for undergraduate nursing students for both Boston College and Northeastern University.

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