Parent Education New Baby Care

Parent Education New Baby Care

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Parent Education for the Care of New Babies

Parents with a new baby benefit from information and education to help them care for the health, safety and day-to-day needs of their new baby and the mother.

Most hospitals provide Discharge Education to train mothers and caregivers before the baby can leave the hospital. Many hospitals provide this education free of charge to their parents and coordinate this education with the Discharge Education required by the hospital. These hospital based programs are named Newborn Knowledge for full term babies, NICU Knowledge for premature and special care babies, and Facing an Early Delivery for mothers at-risk of an early delivery.

This Parent Education Program provides dozens of short videos and lessons to teach the important topics parents need. Below is a list of topics provided.

All lessons are narrated in both English and Spanish and are presented at a 5th grade reading level for easy understanding. Even parents who have difficulty reading can follow the lessons and those parents with difficulty seeing or hearing can learn. All lessons are richly illustrated and paced for more comprehensive learning.

There are special topics for parents of babies in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Units) and Special Care Nurseries educate the parents of NICU and premature babies about the NICU, their role in caring for their baby and the important things they must know before they can take their baby home.

For more information about NICU Knowledge and how your hospital can participate, please call Patient Education Programs at 800-232-3151 or email rcarter@patientprograms.com.

BABY CARE TOPICS
When To Call The Baby's Doctor
Shots And Checkups
Temperature Taking
Jaundice
Newborn Screening
Colic
Crying
Pain in Infants
CPR
Emergencies
RSV
Your Baby And Sleep
Diapers And Diapering
Dressing Your Baby
Bathing Your Baby
Cord Care
Circumcision Care
Trimming Your Baby's Nails
Stimulating Your Baby
Caring For Multiple Babies
Feeding Your Baby
Your Baby's Nutrition
Breast And Bottle Feeding Considerations
Breast Feeding
Bottle Feeding
Kangaroo Care and Early Breastfeeding
Establishing and Maintaining Your Milk Supply
Collecting, Transporting, and Storing Breast Milk
Safety At Home
Safety Away From Home
CPR for Infants
Shaken Baby Syndrome
Bedroom Safety
Required Documents And Tests
When You Smoke Your Baby Smokes
How to Quit Smoking
Your Baby's Head
Your Baby's Face
Your Baby's Body
Your Baby's Skin
Normal Variations
Normal Reflexes
Stages Of Development
MOTHER CARE TOPICS
Needs Of The New Mother
What To Do To Get The Rest You Need
General Dietary
Diet For Breast Feeding Moms
Diet For Bottle Feeding Moms
Food Guide Pyramid
Serving Size
Weight Loss
Exercises For The New Mom
Posture
Beginning Exercises
Advanced Exercises
For Breast Feeding Moms
For Bottle Feeding Moms
Self Breast Exam
Nipple Care
Nipple Care
Uterus/ Cervix Changes
Vaginal Discharge
Menstruation
Hemorrhoids
Cesarean Birth Delivery
Signs Of Illness
Emotion Changes/ Postpartum Blues
Postpartum Depression (PPD)
Postpartum Checkup
Episiotomy Care
Cesarean Section
Gestational Diabetes
Fathers
Siblings
Grandparents
Pets
Patient Information
Getting To Know You
Patient Safety
Patient Responsibilities
Patient Rights
Pain Numbers

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Recently changed in this version

Added the option to search the menu of lessons using the Carousel style listing of lessons. Added features that allow sponsoring hospitals to create a library of handouts they give their parents. These handouts can be viewed by the App. Also added the ability of sponsoring hospitals to conduct on-line Patient Satisfaction Surveys to help them improve service. Several bugs fixed that affected earlier versions including those that allowed the APP to play more than one video simultaneously.


Comments and ratings for Parent Education New Baby Care
  • (61 stars)

    by Amber Hall on 03/10/2013

    No information was provided without buying the app for $10. I'd rather buy a book for cheaper! The quality was poor and photos are from the 1980's

  • (61 stars)

    by A Google User on 02/09/2012

    This is stuff you learn in high school. Of course they even say I'm the description its 5th grade reading level. Hint - if you want new moms to take your advice seriously don't treat them like they're morons!