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Mommy & Me!

MapHigh Point Regional Hospital, 601 N. Elm St.
High Point, NC


This is an informal and relaxed weekly class and support group for new moms and their babies (up to 6 months old). The objective of this weekly class is to provide opportunities for learning and support to mothers to assist in strengthening the parent-infant bond and to promote the development of strong parenting skills. Each class offers an educational session on a variety of subjects as well as time for mothers to share ideas, concerns and questions. Topics include baby care basics, infant development, sick child care, infant & child safety and play and discipline issues. Other topics include nutrition for mom, exercise and the feelings moms can develop following birth about all the changes that have occurred and adjustments that must be made. The group meets in the Women's Center Classroom on the 5th floor of the hospital every Wednesday from 10-11:30 a.m.

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