Buckeye Baby Educational Programs Recordings

Buckeye Baby program recordings offer a simple and convenient way to learn about important care topics that benefit you and your baby during and after pregnancy.

Get started with Buckeye Baby Program Recordings by clicking "view webinar" on any of the recordings.
Breastfeeding and Tummy Time

January 1, 2019

Breastfeeding is a foundational movement milestone no different than walking. It requires a lot of learning just like most other bodily functions. Tummy time can optimize breastfeeding, digestion and connection. Learn why, where and when to start while discovering how breastfeeding and tummy time are mutually beneficial!

Allyson Wessells
Physical Therapy and Pregnancy 4th Trimester

February 1, 2019

The class will review the new terminology of the 4th trimester, and review how PT can be an active participant in caring for a mother in her 4th trimester.  We will review musculoskeletal complaints, common diagnosis and treatment options.   

Laura Ward
Navigating Grandparent-Grandchild Relationships

March 1, 2019

Bonds of Love, Ambivalence, and Anguish: Navigating Grandparent-Grandchild Relationships

Like all types of family relationships, the grandparent-grandchild relationship can be wonderful and meaningful but it can also be challenging and disappointing.  In this webinar, advice is freely offered to grandchildren, parents, and grandparents on how to access the benefits of navigating this relationship successfully.  

James Bates
Babies and Senses

May 1, 2019

Learn age-appropriate ways to promote development in infants 0-12 months through sensory play. We will discuss fun, safe and creative ideas for engaging your baby’s senses through play and exploration. 

Bridget Britton
Preventing Premature Delivery

June 1, 2019

Preterm birth is a leading cause of infant morbidity and mortality. Join Dr. Heather Frey of OSU Maternal Fetal Medicine as she discusses multiple interventions that can successfully reduce the risk of preterm delivery.

Heather Frey
Prenatal Care Getting Ready to Breastfeed your Buckeye Baby

July 1, 2019

Dr. Kristina Lehman is an primary care internist and pediatrician with a special interest in breastfeeding medicine.  In this webinar she will discuss the most basic knowledge that she wants moms to know BEFORE they deliver to have a successful breastfeeding relationship.  She will show some common breastfeeding tools that you might want to have on hand.  This is NOT meant to replace an in person breastfeeding class!

Kristina Lehman
How to Encourage Children to Eat More Vegetables

August 1, 2019

We hear all the time, “Eat your vegetables!”, but what do you when your child doesn’t like eating vegetables?  Do vegetables feel like a source of conflict at the dinner table for you and your children? Are you constantly struggling to find ways to offer vegetables that your kids will actually eat? Do you feel worried that your child’s health will suffer because they eat so few vegetables? You are not alone; kids and vegetables can be a tricky combination.  Come learn some ideas and creative ways to not only get your children to eat more vegetables but also learn how to like them!

Health Coach Lindsay
The Importance of Socialization For Children

August 5, 2019

Positive friendships play an important role in your child’s growth and development and throughout their lives.  In this webinar, learn essential techniques for fostering and encouraging positive and cooperative relationships between your young child and their peers.

James Bates
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

September 1, 2019

Discussion of what pelvic floor physical therapy is and the type of care they provide during pregnancy and postpartum. Education on varying diagnoses and interventions pelvic floor therapist implement to optimize quality of life both during and after pregnancy. 

Kelsey Dyer
Pregnancy/Postpartum Pain and How PT Can Help

October 1, 2019

Physical therapists are excellent at treatment and intervention for common musculoskeletal pain complaints during pregnancy and postpartum,  including low back, hip, and pubic symphysis pain. Our presentation will cover evaluation and treatment of common complaints during pregnancy and postpartum. Additionally, discussion and education regarding caring for your body after baby is born with utilizing optimal posture and body mechanics with lifting, bending, breast feeding, etc.

Kelsey Dyer
Fitting In Fitness For Incredibly Busy Parents

November 1, 2019

Parenting is an ever-changing cycle of life that comes with countless surprises. Since becoming a parent, have you noticed that in all of your to-do lists and care-giving that you have struggled to make time for your own health and wellness? Health Coach (and mom of 2) Alison understands! Join Alison as she shares with you some tips and tricks for fitting in fitness!

Health Coach Alison, Health Coach Bonnie

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