Beyond Delivery

Beyond Delivery is a virtual continuing care group for new parents at St. Elizabeth Healthcare. Led by a dedicated team, including a Mother Baby Registered Nurse and a Lactation Consultant (LC), this group meets virtually and offers free support, education and fellowship to new parents during the first six months following their baby’s birth.

Benefits of Participating in Beyond Delivery

Beyond Delivery empowers new parents with support, knowledge and connections so they can navigate the exciting journey of early parenthood.

  • Support and guidance – receive expert advice from experienced healthcare professionals to navigate the early challenges of being a new parent.

  • Education – learn valuable information on parenting topics such as pregnancy spacing, exercise after giving birth, breastfeeding and much more. The engaging and interactive sessions will be full of great information presented by our knowledgeable team.

  • Peer connections – connect with other new parents and foster a sense of community by sharing experiences and supporting one another.

  • Open Q&A and discussion – engage in interactive sessions where you can ask questions, participate in discussions and seek personalized guidance from the team. We also offer one-on-one consultations upon request.

  • Convenient Virtual meetings – virtually attend monthly meetings on a weekday or a weekday evening, allowing you to fit these sessions into your schedule.

Loving Parents Playing With Newborn Baby At Home

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For more information about the services available for the 4th Trimester Beyond Delivery Program, please call
(859) 301-2586.

Choose a class below to sign up and get started.

Education Topics Covered

Seasonal Topics:

  • Baby and the outdoors
  • Baby and vacations
  • Baby and pools
  • Sunscreen, hydration and safety

Breastfeeding Focus:

  • Feeding on cue versus on schedule
  • Good foods and foods to avoid
  • Pumping and milk storage
  • Nighttime do’s and don’ts

Moms’ Health:

  • Restoring health between pregnancies and the importance of spacing
  • Supplements and vitamins for mom and baby
  • Pelvic health
  • Tips for working moms
  • Sleep and fatigue

Newborn-to-Six-Month Milestones:

  • Changes to expect during the first six months
  • Vaccines, weight and milestones
  • Debunking common care myths

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