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Child Development Classes

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Best Beginnings Childbirth and New Family Classes
SUNY Upstate Medical University

4900 Broad Road
Syracuse, NY

Offers classes for new and expectant mothers, caregivers, and family members. Classes cover subject areas such as expectant parents, newborn care, breastfeeding, and new siblings.

Fatherhood Program
Syracuse Community Connections (SCC)

401-425 South Avenue
Syracuse, NY

Assists single fathers with children with information and resources to help with the development of their child(ren) in future endeavours.

Healthy Families
Onondaga County Health Department

421 Montgomery Street
Civic Center, 9th Floor
Syracuse, NY

Provides a variety of services for infants, children, new moms, and parents. Services include home visits, breastfeeding support, family planning, child immunizations, parenting and child development education, and connections to resources like daycare programs, doctors and dentists, transportation …

Hello Baby Program
Huntington Family Centers

405 Gifford Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers a parenting program for pregnant and postpartum women (6 weeks after delivery) who have a child 3 years of age and younger.  Fathers and significant others are encouraged to participate. Group topics include child development, early infant care, support, and education. Childcare is provided …

Parenting Programs
Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County

203 North Hamilton Street
Watertown, NY

Provides information to help create strong, healthy families through education. Topics may include child development, establishing a routine, parenting in different family forms, parenting after a separation/divorce, parenting styles, and positive discipline. 

Young Parents Program
Huntington Family Centers

405 Gifford Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers a parenting program for adolescents ages 13 to 21 years who are pregnant or parenting. Provides parents with the necessary and appropriate skills to build healthy relationships with their children including education on pre-natal development, child development, nutrition and general health, …

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