In-person class: PART 1 OF 2- Labor Signs & Is It Time?
August 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Live and in-person for a limited number of participants… Please see the Covid-19 safety information below.
Let’s discuss labor and birthing your baby! Planning and preparation for the big day will alleviate anxiety and contribute to a more positive birth experience. We will highlight signs and symptoms, discuss early and active labor, the important role of a support person, practice breathing, and more. This is intended to be a 2-part series.
Only ONE support person may attend with you! Please dress comfortably. Classes are funded and intended to serve Indian River County residents only.
COVID-19 SAFETY INFORMATION:
While participating in events held or sponsored by Healthy Start (HS), “social distancing” must be practiced and face coverings may be worn to reduce the risks of exposure to COVID-19. Because COVID-19 is extremely contagious and is spread mainly from person-to-person contact, HS has put in place preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. However, HS cannot guarantee that its participants, volunteers, partners, or others in attendance will not become infected with COVID-19.
In light of the ongoing spread of COVID-19, individuals who fall within any of the categories below should not engage in HS events and/or other face-to-face activities. By attending a HS event, you certify that you do not fall into any of the following categories:
1. Individuals who currently, or within the past fourteen (14) days, have experienced any symptoms associated with COVID-19, which include fever, cough, and shortness of breath among others;
2. Individuals who have traveled at any point in the past fourteen (14) days either internationally or to a community in the U.S. that has experienced or is experiencing sustained community spread of COVID-19; or
3. Individuals who believe that they may have been exposed to a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 or have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and are not yet cleared as non-contagious by state or local public health authorities or the health care team responsible for their treatment.