Secrets from a Baby/Toddler (SLEEP) Nurse (BEUHS368)

Workshop | September 27 | 12:10-1:30 p.m. | Tang Center, University Health Services, Section Club

 Marsha Podd, RN

 Be Well at Work - Work/Life

Wondering how to initiate peaceful detachments at bedtime, encourage routines and cues for your baby’s/toddler’s sleep? With over 30 years’ experience working with infants and children, Marsha Podd will offer practical advice, knowledgeable insights and tips on how to create a healthy sleep environment for you and your family. Whether you are pregnant, have a newborn, or are raising a toddler (or all of the above), this workshop will offer you valuable information and support.

Bio:
Marsha Podd R.N. is a registered nurse, a lactation specialist and a baby sleep wizard! She teaches parents how to get their children into good rhythms so sleep patterns can be healthfully established in the early months of life. She also works with parents with children under age 5, to create calmer bedtime routines and consistent sleep rhythms. With 30 years’ experience and a degree in Child Development, she knows what works (and what doesn't).

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 510-643-7754