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Parent Education: Home

Access for Women & Newborn Health Service clients to parent resources

About Parent Education

This page is a collaboration between the Women & Newborn Health Library and the Parent Education Department of KEMH. To contact the Parent Education Department please call (08) 6458 1368. 

Library books

Resources

Videos

Better Beginnings team from the State Library of WA will be sharing tips, fun rhymes and selected stories to help families continue early literacy development in children.
Welcome to King Edward Memorial Hospital 3:32

KEMH Neonatology Clinical Care Unit (NICU)- Virtual Tour KEMH

 

 



Good bladder and bowel habits : post natal care (5:29) (FSH).   If you have any questions regarding this video please contact the KEMH Physiotherapy Department on 6458 2790. 



Pelvic floor muscles: post natal care (5:29) (FSH).   If you have any questions regarding this video please contact the KEMH Physiotherapy Department on 6458 2790. 


Care of stitches and perineum bruising (4:24) (FSH).  If you have any questions regarding this video please contact the KEMH Physiotherapy Department on 6458 2790. 

The Brain Builders video presents the science of how children’s brains develop, using an engaging and accessible story that highlights the importance of all children having the nurturing experiences they need to support positive development and growth.

Brain Builders from CCCH on Vimeo.

Hand Expressing (7:14)
Expressing with a breast pump (8:58)
Position Attachment (8:11)
Is Epidural my only option? (4:47)
Bright tomorrows introduction.
A baby’s brain is a remarkable little creature forming more than a million neural connections every second when activated.
Bright Tomorrows Relationship and Communication. Telethon Kids Institute. Conversations and word games spark connections in children’s brains — even when they’re still learning to talk.