One of the first lessons of parenting is to expect the unexpected. When planning for the arrival of a new baby, you probably don’t anticipate needing a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). However, if your baby is born prematurely or develops any complications after birth, comprehensive care is vital. Here’s why you should choose a hospital with a NICU.
Newborns don’t come with instruction manuals. That’s why we feel it’s important to create communities of new parents and families to learn about newborns and child-rearing in a relaxed environment.
Inspira recognizes that there are unique needs for different times in life, so we offer a variety of support services and classes.
- Breastfeeding class
- Childbirth class for parents to prepare for childbirth and infant care
- CPR class (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)
- Baby Talk Tuesday, a weekly support group for new parents
- Babysitting class
- Maternity tours
- Bereavement support coordination for parents and families suffering the loss of a baby from miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS or early infant death.
In person childbirth classes and maternity tours may not be available due to COVID-19. You can register for virtual classes at (856) 641-7535.