CAPPA's 2017 international conference has been announced.
And, a photo of my well-received HUG Your Baby presentation at last year’s
conference is front-and-center in their recent announcement!
I was delighted to
share The HUG concepts and resources then, and participants' feedback confirms the value of the HUG Your Baby program! Here's what participants had to say. (See summary chart below.)
To date 1,200 CAPPA members have completed
the HUG Your Baby introductory course online. It was such a pleasure to chat last
year with hundreds of birth and parenting professionals about their use of
HUG Your Baby with the families they serve. Many CAPPA members signed up for other HUG Your Baby courses and plan to become Certified HUG Teachers.
Stay tuned! A discount on HUG courses is
coming to those who attended the 2016 conference or plan to attend the upcoming
Award-Winning DVDhelps parents read their baby's body language to prevent and solve problems with eating, sleeping crying, and parent-child bonding.
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Jan Tedder, BSN, FNP, IBCLC
Jan Tedder, BSN, IBCLC, Family Nurse Practitioner
Jan has worked in a primary care setting with babies and their families for thirty years. A graduate of UNC Charolotte and Chapel Hill, she has lectured at both national and international conferences. She has been honored as the NC Maternal Child Health Nurse of the Year. Her website, DVD, and online training are winners of the 2007 and 2009 National Health and WWW Awards.