Monday, May 8, 2017
Thank you for your feedback about the parent education class you recently attended. I will send you your first HUG E-Newsletter around your due date. (Of course, you can unsubscribe at any time.)
Best wishes in your journey as a new parent!
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Please copy the items below, paste them into the online program, complete then click "Submit".
How did you learn about The HUG?
What is your professional background?
Describe your work with young families and how you hope to utilize The HUG.
Completing "Helping Parents Understand their Newborn", "Roadmap to Breastfeeding Success" and "HUG Strategies" are prerequisites for becoming a Certified HUG Teacher. These are each available as "live" HUG classes or online. How and when did you complete these?
Please type your NAME and DATE here as an electronic signature that you have read and agree to the Certified HUG Teacher Memorandum of Agreement you just read:
Posted by Jan Tedder, BSN, IBCLC, FNP at 6:05 AM
Conflict of Interest:
There is no perceived or actual financial, professional or personal conflict of interest (self or family) for planners: Chaille O'Neal, Barbara Hotelling and Jan Tedder
(Jan Tedder BSN, FNP, IBCLC - Electronic signature 12/29/2015)
Statement of Disclosure:
- Entire course must be completed to obtain credit.
- HUG Your Baby has a parent educational DVD and handouts for sale as well as other professional educational activities. However, this educational activity is free of commercial advertising of products.
- Jan Tedder, owner of HUG Your Baby LLC, financed the production of The HUG DVD, website, blog, and this online program.
- There is no endorsement of any product by NCNA associated with this activity. The provider has declared her relationship to HUG Your Baby and its products.
- It is expected that no presentation will relate to products governed by the Food and Drug Administration.
- THE EXPIRATION DATE FOR NC Nurses Association AWARDING CONTACT HOURS IS:
- March 15, 2017: HUG Strategies
- March 15, 2017: HUG Your Baby: Helping parents understand the language of a newborn
- June 1, 2016: Certified HUG Teacher
- Oct. 19, 2017: Roadmap to Breastfeeding Success: Teaching newborn Behavior to Extend Breastfeeding Duration. Also approved for IBCLC CERP credit until Oct. 13, 2017.
North Carolina Nurses Association:
Posted by Jan Tedder, BSN, IBCLC, FNP at 5:40 AM
Monday, December 28, 2015
Baby's Initials______; Gestational age at time of visit______; Gestational age at birth____
- Newborn Zones
- Did you explain newborn Zones to parents?
- Which Zones did baby exhibit?
- Did baby move suddenly between one Zone and another suggesting Zone regulation issues?
- What help did baby need move successfully from one Zone to another?
- SOSs – Signs of Over-Stimulation
- Did you explain SOSs to parents?
- What Body SOSs did you see?
- What Behavioral SOSs did you see?
- How did you respond to the SOSs?
- Did baby need help getting to the Ready Zone to eat?
- Did baby show any SOSs during feeding?
- What actions did you take to respond to SOSs?
- Did the parent attempt to feed baby in the Resting Zone?
- Did baby show any self calming behavior and did you point out these behaviors to the parents?
- Did you demonstrate a stepwise approach to calming the baby?
- Did you explain normal changes in the crying patterns of babies?
- Did you explain the two types of sleep in a baby?
- What signs of Active/Light sleep did you observe?
- Did the parents consider how to help the baby “sleep through” Active/Light sleep?
- Did the parents consider putting the baby down in Active/Light sleep?
- Did you get the baby to turn to and look at a toy or face?
- Did you get the baby to turn to the parent’s voice?
- Did you need swaddle the baby a few minutes to see if that increased her interactive ability?
- What surprised the parent about the baby’s abilities?
Posted by Jan Tedder, BSN, IBCLC, FNP at 11:24 PM
Thursday, December 25, 2014
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Posted by Jan Tedder, BSN, IBCLC, FNP at 5:32 PM