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Sharing Baby’s Behaviour: Boosts parent confidence, Parent-child attachment & breastfeeding duration.

Saturday 26 June 2021

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Presented via Zoom. Saturday 26 June 2021 - 10:00am - 11:30am
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Recognised for 1 ACM CPD point and 1 L CERP
 
Hug Your Baby brings you:
Sharing Baby’s Behaviour - Boosts parent confidence, Parent-child attachment & breastfeeding duration. Presented by Jan Tedder.
 
Description: 
Research confirms that misunderstanding a baby’s behavior decreases breastfeeding duration, lowers parent confidence, and increases risk of postpartum depression and child abuse.
 

This one-hour Zoom workshop offers birth, lactation and parenting professionals an innovative approach to sharing baby’s behavior with expectant and new parents.

 

Content:

  • Explore normal developmental changes (birth to one year) that are frequently misunderstood as a breastfeeding or parenting problem.
  • Review “Responsive Parenting” research to promote breastfeeding and the parent-child relationship.
  • Experience a unique teaching strategy that engages and empowers today’s parents. 


FULL PROGRAM:
HUG Sharing Babes Behaviour 26 June 2021 via Zoom
10:00 AM An innovative approach to sharing baby’s behavior with expectant and new parents - Jan Tedder
11:30 AM End of Zoom Presentation
SPEAKERS: Jan Tedder
Jan Tedder
Jan Tedder
BSN, FNP, IBCLC

Jan Tedder is from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA) where she works as a nurse practitioner and lactation consultant and teaches family physician residents.  A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and at Charlotte, Ms. Tedder has worked with young families in primary care for decades. She has developed lactation and well child programs, created parent education outreach projects, and consulted with both parents and professionals on critical lactation and child development issues. Ms. Tedder created HUG Your Baby, winner of the National Health Information Award and the World Wide Web Health Award. HUG Your Baby’s website, blog and parent education resources are now used in over 100 countries around the world.  She has published HUG research and program descriptions in peer-reviewed journals, lectured internationally on issues related to infants and families, and created well-received online training for midwives, nurses, childbirth educators, lactation specialists, and doulas. Ms. Tedder was inducted into the International Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing and was chosen as the North Carolina (USA) Maternal-Child Health Nurse of the Year. 

 

ACCREDITATION:

Recognised for 1 ACM CPD point and 1 L CERP