New Moms Tea returns to Kathryn Weil Center

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Kathryn Weil Center for Education and the Spirit of Women are continuing an educational offering for new moms in the Greater Lafayette area.

The weekly “New Moms Tea” will launch with its spring series at 1:00p on Thursday, Feb. 19 at the Kathryn Weil Center for Education, located inside the Medical Arts Building at 415 N. 26th St., Suite 400 in Lafayette on the Home Hospital campus.

The series allows new and expecting moms an opportunity to learn in a relaxed environment.

New Mom Tea offers Greater Lafayette new mothers an opportunity to learn in a relazed environment.

New Mom Tea offers Greater Lafayette new mothers an opportunity to learn in a relazed environment.

Upcoming topics and speakers include:

  • Feb. 19: “Infant Message” by Deb Baker, an occupational therapist with St. Elizabeth Physical/Occupational Therapy.
  • Feb. 26: “You Are What You Eat” by Renee Kidder, R.D., CSP, a dietitian with St. Elizabeth Regional Health.
  • March 5: “Your Baby’s First Year” by Deb Baker, an occupational therapist with St. Elizabeth Physical/Occupational Therapy.
  • March 12: “Music and Your Baby” by Rebecca Colby, M.A., MT-BC, NMT-certified music therapist.
  • March 19: “Keeping Calm: Yoga for Mom and Baby” by Jacqueline Nelson, 500 PYT, RYT, HC, a yoga instructor. For this session, moms should come dressed to exercise.
  • March 26: “The Low Down on Breastfeeding” by Renee Kidder, R.D., CSP, a dietitian with St. Elizabeth Regional Health.
  • April 2: “Finding Fitness as Part of Your New Lifestyle” by Laura Wegener, M.S., a physical therapist with St. Elizabeth Physical/Occupational Therapy.
  • April 9: “Baby Talk: Speech and Language Development” by Glenda Chambers, M.S., CCC/SLP, a speech therapist with St. Elizabeth Speech Therapy.
  • April 16: “Sex and the New Mom” by Catherine Sam, M.D., an OB/GYN with the Woman’s Clinic.
  • April 23: “The Skinny on Skin to Skin Contact” by Pam Smith, R.N., director of Home Hospital’s Postpartum Unit.
  • April 30: “How Hormones Affect Our Moods as New Moms” by Denise Seeger, an educator with the Kathryn Weil Center for Education.

The Kathryn Weil Center for Education and St. Elizabeth Regional Health are members of the Spirit of Women, a national coalition of hospitals and health care providers that pledge to provide the highest standards of excellence in women’s health, education and community outreach.

All sessions are free, but registration is required and can be made by calling the center at (765) 449-5133.

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One Response to “New Moms Tea returns to Kathryn Weil Center”

  1. cyndi says:

    i have a medela lactina plus hospital grade electric breast pump do you know any place that would buy this

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