Mom's-to-be, Get Ready for their Little One!

English: Congratulations to the Childbirth Class graduates of the San Fernando Community Health Center! Preparing for childbirth is one of the first steps in getting ready for your little one.

Here are a few other parenting tips as you prepare for parenthood:

  1. Talk to your baby. This gives them comfort.
  2. Respond when they gesture for you. This develops their language.
  3. Take time cuddling your baby.
  4. Provide positive response to your baby.
  5. Take care of yourself. Your baby needs you to be mentally well and physically strong. Get the support you need.

For more info on parenting tips, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s website on child development:

You can also track all your medical visits by registering to Healow. Click on the link and sign up. Ask the medical front desk for your login credentials.  SFCHC Healow Registration

Español:¡Felicidades a los graduados de la Clase de Parto del Centro de Salud Comunitario de San Fernando! Prepararse para el parto es uno de los primeros pasos que puede tomar un padre para estar lista para su pequeño.

 Estos son algunos otros consejos mientras te preparas para tu paternidad:

  1. Hable con su bebé. Esto le da consuelo.
  2. Responda cuando hagan gestos por usted. Esto desarrolla su lenguaje.
  3. Tómese el tiempo abrazando a su bebé.
  4. Proporcione una respuesta positiva a su bebé. 
  5. Cuídate. Tu bebé necesita que estés mentalmente bien y físicamente fuerte. Obtenga el apoyo que necesita.

Para obtener más información sobre los consejos para padres, visite el sitio web del Centro para el Control de Enfermedades y Prevenciones de los EE UU (CDC) sobre el desarrollo infantil:

También puede realizar un seguimiento de todas sus visitas médicas registrándose en Healow. Haga clic en el enlace y regístrese. Pregunte a la recepción médica para sus credenciales de inicio de sesión. SFCHC Healow Registration



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