Florida Hospital’s parent education classes are designed to give you and your family the skills and knowledge you need to embark on this new phase of your life with confidence. Our team helps expectant parents understand some of the more important techniques and tips for successful parenting. Classes address topics such as breastfeeding, safe-sitters, bringing baby home, ways to sooth your baby, and infant/pediatric CPR.
The Gift of Motherhood Childbirth Class
À la Carte Classes
Baby Care Basics
This one-time class instructs parents, grandparents and adoptive parents on how to care for their baby. LEARN MORE.
* The information covered in this class is included in The Gift of Motherhood Series and One-day Class
Boot Camp For New Dads
Dads will learn the proper techniques for holding, changing and calming their baby and also receive pointers on how to care for expectant moms before, during and after the delivery. LEARN MORE.
This class gives you all the information you need to successfully breastfeed your new baby. Learn different techniques and how to overcome some of the common challenges that may occur along the way. LEARN MORE.
This course will be taught by an experienced nurse who will explain the C-section process and what you can expect after surgery. LEARN MORE.
Comfort Measures for Labor and Birth
A certified childbirth educator will teach you and your support person comfort measures and relaxation techniques to help you during your labor and birth. LEARN MORE.
During this one- time class, an anesthesiologist or certified registered nurse anesthetist will describe an epidural and how it is administered while answering any questions you may have. LEARN MORE.
Learn an extraordinary approach to calming your newborn, including step-by-step instructions on how to help babies sleep longer and discover techniques for soothing even the fussiest infant in our Happiest Baby class. LEARN MORE.
Infant & Child CPR
Learn how to respond quickly and correctly in the event of choking or sudden cardiac arrest in an infant or child. LEARN MORE.
Taught by professional dog trainers, this class educates new and expectant parents on safe practices for introducing pets and new babies. LEARN MORE.
Founded in 1980, SAFE SITTER is a clinically accurate program that teaches boys and girls, ages 11 to 14, how to handle emergencies when caring for young children. LEARN MORE.
Our sibling class is geared toward a variety of ages and prepares young children for the arrival of their little brother or sister. LEARN MORE.
Transition to Parenthood
The Transition to Parenthood is a class that equips expectant couples, and parents of infants and toddlers, with knowledge and confidence as they learn what to expect after having a baby. LEARN MORE.