Frequently Asked Questions
 

































How much does Baby Connections cost?

All of our services are free.

Who will do our visit?
Our Baby Connectors are licensed parent educators from Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE). They have years of experience working with parents and babies and believe that parents deserve information, support and resources so that they can feel confident parenting their babies. Our Baby Connectors stay up-to-date with the latest research on infant development and have received additional training in infant massage, postpartum depression and anxiety, infant mental health, and more. To meet our individual Baby Connectors click here: http://www.wce.new.rschooltoday.com/page/2503

Where do visits happen?
We are happy to meet wherever it works best for families. Most parents choose to meet at their homes. We have also met at coffee shops, ECFE in Goodview Elementary.
 


What do parents and Baby Connectors talk about during a visit?

We always bring a packet with current information on ways babies develop, community activities, and other topics. Most of the time, though, parents have questions of their own and we listen and go from there. Common issues that come up are: sleeping & naps, nursing & feeding, crying, older siblings, reading baby's cues, developmental stages, wondering what's normal, postpartum feelings, and community resources.



How long to do visits last?

Visits usually last about an hour.

Are there other ways to connect with a Baby Connector?
Baby Connections is happy to take your phone call at 507-494-0916 to make a connection by phone!

Baby & Me is another fabulous group for parents with babies. This on-going ECFE class is facilitated by Baby Connector & parent educator Ann Riebel, and meets during the school year. All of your baby questions and insights will be discussed with Ann and other parents of babies. You can register for this class anytime from September--May by calling (507) 494-0913.