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Online course for everyone around the baby: Mums, Dads, Grandparents, friends and relations. Written by Registered Midwives and NHS Professionals.
This Solihull Approach antenatal online course gives parents practical information about pregnancy and birth, whilst at the same time introducing them to their baby. It's free to everyone who live in Torbay. Solihull Course & how to access
Up to date advice and information about Torbay's maternity services
Short videos with lots of information and advice including your routine blood tests, screening for Downs, Edwards and Patau’s Syndrome, Having the right vaccinations during pregnancy and Pregnancy Myths - Smoking less.
Whatever you want to know about being pregnant, from early pregnancy signs to which prenatal vitamins you should take, you should find it here. There's an essential guide and lots of free tools for having a healthy, happy baby.
Stopping smoking is the best thing you can do for your baby
If your doctor or consultant has referred you for a radiology scan, there are helpful videos to help you to understand what is involved, help you to prepare for your scan and help you to feel less anxious about what is involved.
Expecting a baby is exciting, but it can also be an expensive time. Follow the Money Advice Services steps to make sure you’re prepared for your new arrival.
Free prescriptions and NHS dental care in pregnancy
Subtitled films to help Polish mums with pregnancy care
Trusted NHS help and advice during pregnancy, birth and parenthood
Helpful links and websites to support you in pregnancy
Information from healthy eating in pregnancy, to breast and formula feeding, complimentary feeding (weaning), and healthy eating for the whole family.
Why does my baby need a hearing test just after birth?
The newborn hearing screening test helps identify babies who have permanent hearing loss as early as possible.
‘Understanding your baby’ is for everyone around a new baby: supporting you and the new arrival from birth to 12 months.
This course gives you information about your baby's brain development and your baby's physical and emotional development. It shows how important your relationship with the baby is for the baby's development.
It integrates the traditional information given on a postnatal course with this new approach to developing your relationship with your baby. It looks at your baby’s sleeping, feeding, crying, playing and childcare options.
If you have already done the Solihull Approach antenatal course 'Understanding pregnancy' you may recognise some of the Units about feelings and support, You may want to think about this again, now you have your baby. If you are a Dad you may recognise parts of the Module for fathers, but you may want to look at the Units again.