Nicole Mayer, RMA, RN, BSN, hosts a Baby Care for Adoptive Parents webinar

Expert Audio: Baby Care for Adoptive Parents

Free!

The call could come any day, but are you prepared to care for a newborn? This webinar provides a comfortable way to learn about the basics of baby care from a registered nurse. Nicole Mayer, RMA, RN, BSN, will review feeding, formula, burping, bathing, cord care, and other practical aspects of your first weeks home, and attendees will have a chance to ask their questions.

PC users: You may need to install the GoToMeeting video codec to play this file.
Mac users: You may need to install Windows Media Components for QuickTime to play this file.


This webinar is brought to you by:

Know – more about your baby’s growth and development.
Save – up to $329* in membership rewards. *Offers may vary.
Grow – with feeding options for your baby.

Thanks to Similac ® StrongMoms®, access to this webinar replay will remain open. (Typically, Adoptive Families webinar replays are open-access for one week following the live session, and then are available only to site members – join today.)


 

Corrections and Resources: During the webinar, Nurse Mayer misspoke about the age at which to start tummy time. Per the American Academy of Pediatrics’ current recommendations, children should spend 3-5 minutes twice a day on their tummies starting at birth (increase the length of tummy time as baby grows).

When discussing colic, Nurse Mayer advised parents to take breaks to relieve stress, so they do not shake the baby and “cause SIDS.” The most immediate, harmful effect of shaking a baby is Shaken Baby Syndrome, or Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma. In mentioning SIDS, Nurse Mayer intended to say “SUDI,” which is a more general term to describe the Sudden Unexpected Death of an Infant that is initially unexplained, but for which a cause (such as Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma) may eventually be determined.

For much more on adoptive breastfeeding, Adoptive Families recommends Breastfeeding Without Birthing (book and companion website).

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The call could come any day, but are you prepared to care for a newborn? This webinar provides a comfortable way to learn about the basics of baby care from a registered nurse. Nicole Mayer, RMA, RN, BSN, will review feeding, formula, burping, bathing, cord care, and other practical aspects of your first weeks home, and attendees will have a chance to ask their questions.

PC users: You may need to install the GoToMeeting video codec to play this file.
Mac users: You may need to install Windows Media Components for QuickTime to play this file.


This webinar is brought to you by:


Know – more about your baby’s growth and development.
Save – up to $329* in membership rewards. *Offers may vary.
Grow – with feeding options for your baby.

Thanks to Similac ® StrongMoms®, access to this webinar replay will remain open. (Typically, Adoptive Families webinar replays are open-access for one week following the live session, and then are available only to site members – join today.)


 

Corrections and Resources: During the webinar, Nurse Mayer misspoke about the age at which to start tummy time. Per the American Academy of Pediatrics’ current recommendations, children should spend 3-5 minutes twice a day on their tummies starting at birth (increase the length of tummy time as baby grows).

When discussing colic, Nurse Mayer advised parents to take breaks to relieve stress, so they do not shake the baby and “cause SIDS.” The most immediate, harmful effect of shaking a baby is Shaken Baby Syndrome, or Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma. In mentioning SIDS, Nurse Mayer intended to say “SUDI,” which is a more general term to describe the Sudden Unexpected Death of an Infant that is initially unexplained, but for which a cause (such as Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma) may eventually be determined.

For much more on adoptive breastfeeding, Adoptive Families recommends Breastfeeding Without Birthing (book and companion website).

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