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Pregnancy, breastfeeding and new parents

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Pregnancy and the first few weeks

Antenatal sessions for residents of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM)

Free, 90 minute session available for you to attend from 28 weeks of your pregnancy. The session takes place on the first Thursday of every month at the Windsor Family Hub. To book, please fill out and submit the form

Our 'What's on' calendar has all the latest dates and further information on what to expect from the session. 

Antenatal videos

NHS Frimley Health Foundation: Educational videos for parents to be

General pregnancy advice

NHS: Your pregnancy and baby guide

Prematurity
Safe and healthy pregnancy

Tommy's: I'm pregnant

Videos are courtesy of the Active Pregnancy Foundation.

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Breastfeeding

Health visitor breastfeeding drop in clinics: 

Every Monday 1-3pm at Riverside Family Hub, West Dean, off Raymill Road West, Maidenhead, SL6 7JB

Every Thursday 9.30am-11:00am at Datchet Family Hub, The Green, Datchet, SL3 9EJ (for Sat Navs use the following postcode: SL3 9ER)

Our 'What's on' calendar lists all the latest dates. 

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New parents

Support from Frimley Healthier Together for concerns about newborns or babies under 3 months old

Parents are invited to register for the free evidence-based and NHS approved parenting courses available from the Solihull Approach, covering the antenatal period through to the teenage years. When registering, you will need to provide your postcode, as it is free for Berkshire residents, and the access code is PARENTING. This will give you free access to all the courses (normally available at cost) and it is a lifetime membership.

The BBC's Tiny Happy People website has been recommended by the Institute of Health Visiting. The website includes a variety of resources, including many short parenting videos (60 to 90 seconds) covering the pregnancy period through to early childhood.

NHS: Colic in babies

NHS: Vaccinations

The Lullaby Trust: How to sleep your baby more safely

NHS: Baby teething symptoms