* Offered in-person, outdoors *
Pregnancy and new babies bring profound transitions to families.
COVID mandates have made pregnancy and early parenting more complex.
You are not alone. Questions may arise about a baby’s crying, need for holding, feeding and sleeping. Explore your role as a parent of an infant, how it feels, and what you need, while in the company of other parents and professionals. Join our group to learn about infant development, becoming a parent, and you and your baby’s journey toward a secure beginning.
Together we’ll build skills in observing and learning about your baby – understanding your baby’s perspective, finding calm, pleasure, and exploring baby and parent partnership.
This class includes quiet observation time, adult conversation where parents and caregivers can receive peer and facilitator support, and a brief singing time.
Want more? Join us for drop-in Park Days. Learn more here.
September 12, 2022 – December 12, 2022
No class 10/10 (Indigenous People’s Day) or 11/21 (Thanksgiving)
Mondays, 11:30 am – 12:45 pm
Location: Held outdoors in the flat gated yard next to the Secure Beginnings Center at 555 Mahoney #2, Oak View, CA, 93023. Enter the large main gate to the Oak View Park and Resource Center, walk back toward the library. We are in the yard to the left.
Bring: Blanket, sunhat, water, and snacks if desired.
$264 full session
$22 single drop in class
Sliding scale scholarship available through registration link above
Contact us at 805-646-7559 x3 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Adrienne Hoskins and Jessica Donahue
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