Parenting groups such as Baby Talk is a series of free, drop-in, parenting classes for those with infants 0-12 months. These groups are open to mothers, fathers, partners, guardians and grandparents. This is an opportunity to receive information, share experiences, ask questions and build connections.

A brief glimpse of what to expect in the classes:  

  • Social Emotional Development
  • Safer Sleep
  • Speech & Language Development
  • Dental Health
  • Healthy Babies
  • Introducing Solids and the Feeding Relationship
  • Infant Development
  • Injury Prevention
  • Wellness and Mental Health
  • Sexual Health after Baby
  • Navigating Healthcare Systems
  • Childcare  

Please click on the "Resources" tab for the most recent parenting group/Baby Talk schedules. This program may be offered at other non-IH locations. Contact the health centre for more information about days, times and locations where this program is offered.

Please call your local public health nursing office to learn more about upcoming parenting groups.

Resources

Armstrong Baby Talk Summer Schedule 2024
Enderby Baby Talk Schedule Winter 2024
Vernon Baby Talk Schedule Spring 2024
Cranbrook Baby Talk Schedule Feb-April 2024
Penticton Baby Talk Schedule Summer 2024

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