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Q.W. asks from Austin, TX on August 20, 2008
M.P. answers from Austin on August 21, 2008
Check with the Neonatal ICU at Dell Childrens and Brack and see when they offer their classes for parents.
E.H. answers from Austin on August 21, 2008
You might check with the hospitals to see if they offer a class. When my nephew was born 10 weeks early, Seton suggested I take their infant CPR classes slong with his parents, since I would be his caretaker while they worked. It was free at that time, but it was 20 years ago.
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A.D. answers from Austin on August 21, 2008
Classes are held at St. David's North Austin Medical Center
They meet on Sunday aternoons from either 12-2pm or 2-4pm.
Here are some upcoming dates:
Sept 14 Oct 12 Nov 9 Dec 14
Tuition is $35 per person. Class size is kept small. It is a "skills" course for family and friends; this is not a certification course.
For information to register call ###-###-####
The Childbearing Years....they also offer Newborn Care Class
I hope this helps
J.H. answers from Austin on August 21, 2008
J.P. answers from Austin on August 21, 2008
Dell's Children's Hospital offers classes:
S.K. answers from Austin on August 23, 2008
Seton offers one on their website - www.goodhealth.com. It's not for official certification but thorough - more designed for parents/care givers. I took it and the instructor was good. Plus small so you get to practice on the dolls. Thought this was a great idea since alot of those others scheduled were just difficult in terms of # of hours and knowing what was a good one.