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Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC offers classes for children and adults at several locations throughout the greater Pittsburgh area.
To register, visit the UPMC Classes and Events page.
For more information, contact us at 412-692-7105 or CommEd@chp.edu.
Alone at Home 4 Kids is a Children’s Community Education class that focuses on skills children need to happily and healthy stay alone at home. Discussion topics include answering the phone, preparing a healthy snack, dealing with emergency situations, basic first aid and more.
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Have you recently learned that you are going to be a new mom or dad? Soon-to-be parents may feel unsure about whether they are prepared to handle all the challenges a new baby can pose.
This free class, presented by a Children's Community Pediatrics (CCP) physician, will help expectant mothers and fathers prepare to care for their infant. Topics include routine baby care, breast/formula feeding, signs of a sick baby, and helpful hints for common problems.
Classes are conveniently located at CCP offices throughout the region to learn more about CCP's Baby Basics Services.
To find a Baby Basics class near you or to register, visit UPMC.com/classes. Click on the A to Z Index in the left-hand navigation and select Baby Basics: Meet a CCP Pediatrician and Learn How to Care for Your Baby.
For more information, contact us at 724-933-1100.
Baby Bites - Eat Right from the Start is a Children’s Community Education class that is offered to new parents of babies between the ages of two months and one year old. This free, one-hour class is led by Children's
Community Pediatrics (CCP) providers and covers the fundamentals of feeding your baby.
This class covers topics such as when to start solid food, what to feed your baby and how to help keep your baby safe when feeding. These tips will make feeding time a happy time with your baby, now and as they grow.
Babysitter’s Training is a Children’s Community Education class that covers the fundamentals of babysitting, including basic child care skills, injury prevention and handling emergencies. Children 11 and older are invited to take the class, which is taught by highly-trained pediatric nurses who have been certified by the American Red Cross. The class provides teens with an interactive, hands-on approach to practical babysitting tips. Once the full-day class is completed, participants will earn a American Red Cross Babysitter’s Certificate.
The American Heart Association (AHA) has developed an infant, child, and teen CPR course for parents and other adults who want to ensure the safety of their children. As part of the AHA’s Family & Friends series, this non-certification course teaches adults how to perform life-saving CPR, which can double a victim’s chance of survival. CPR classes are held in various locations throughout Pittsburgh.
Cost: $30 per student
Dates and Locations: If you don’t see a class listed below or need more information, please contact us at CommEd@chp.edu or call us at 412-692-7105.
To register, visit the UPMC Classes and Events page.
For directions by phone, call 412-692-8088.You may now search, register, and pay online for the wide range of health and wellness programs and events UPMC provides. Classes are designed to improve and maintain physical, as well as emotional and mental health. Whether it's getting fit, addressing a specific disease, teaching a child to be safe when alone, or preparing parents for their baby's arrival, there is much to explore.
Having surgery or a special procedure can be a challenging experience for children and parents, so Children's offers weekly pre-admission tours to help you prepare your child. The tours are conducted by a registered nurse or a child life specialist and help to take away the child's fear of the unknown. The children can have hands-on experience with the medical equipment in a positive atmosphere. Brothers and sisters are also encouraged to attend.
Registration is required by email to Chelsea Acock, Same Day Surgery Child Life Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, address, and phone number, and mention Hospital Tours. Or register by phone by calling 412-692-6366.
Taming Your Toddler is a Children’s Community Education class offered to parents of children ages one to three years old. By attending the class, parents will learn effective strategies for handling this often difficult phase of your child’s development. The class provides parents with an interactive, hands-on approach to learn basic elements of child development, how to better respond to children’s behaviors, how to prevent challenging behaviors and how to use positive ways to discipline.
This class is adapted from the ACT Raising Safe Kids Program, an American Psychological Association Program in collaboration with the Allegheny County Department of Human Services.
You may now search, register, and pay online for the wide range of health and wellness programs and events UPMC provides. Classes are designed to improve and maintain physical, as well as emotional and mental health. Whether it's getting fit, addressing a specific disease, teaching a child to be safe when alone, or preparing parents for their baby's arrival, there is much to explore.
Children's Hospital's main campus is located in the Lawrenceville neighborhood. Our main hospital address is:
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
One Children’s Hospital Way
4401 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
In addition to the main hospital, Children's has many convenient locations in other neighborhoods throughout the greater Pittsburgh region.
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