To protect the safety of people in the community and limit in-person events, Intermountain has cancelled all currently scheduled community education classes and events until further notice.
Topics discussed in this day-long class held on a Saturday for soon-to-be mothers include physical and emotional changes of pregnancy, warning signs, nutrition, labor signs, and the process of labor. Also covered are birthing options, anesthesia options, labor complications, hospital care and procedures, postpartum care, newborn care, and breastfeeding.
Good preparation can help kids feel less anxious about the anesthesia and surgery and get through the recovery period faster.
This FREE six-week class offered at various Intermountain Healthcare locations will teach attendees how to manage their pain and symptoms, handle difficult emotions, and more.
*Note: After registering for a class session, expect to receive an initial confirmation email from Intermountain and then an additional email from the Utah Department of Health within 24-48 hours that contains detailed class information.
In addition to being accredited as a CDC-approved diabetes prevention program, The Weigh to Health uses evidence-based methods to increase physical activity, improve nutrition, and address a number of weight related health conditions.
Attend a FREE joint replacement class to learn how to effectively plan for your upcoming surgery, what to expect while you are in the hospital, and how to make your recovery at home as smooth as possible.
This class will help expectant moms prepare to breastfeed as soon as their babies are born.
This four-week evening course helps prepare mothers in their third trimester of pregnancy perpare for the final stages of pregnancy and the labor and delivery process.
This class covers the growth and development of a newborn, safety tips, newborn care at home, how to recognize when a baby is ill and when to call a doctor.
Low Intervention Birth Class will focus on birth being normal and natural for those who are choosing low intervention births.
Babysitting is an enormous responsibility. Participants ages 10 to 15 will learn how to provide safe and fun care to infants and young children.
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