Thursday, November 12, 2015
Chef Squared MidTown Crossing - 3157 Farnam St
Certain events or conditions may make a woman more likely to experience lack of bladder control or urinary incontinence. Events such as pregnancy, vaginal delivery, surgery, radiation or accidental injury can lead to urinary incontinence. Other times, causes may be much less well-defined. Join us as we listen to Dr. Kristin Rooney, Olson Center Urogynecologist, talk about these common symptoms that are sometimes embarrassing to bring up with your doctor. After the presentation, stroll around and sample specialty oils, vinegars and complimentary items and learn more about cooking with flavor. Remember, these symptoms are common but not normal. There is help for you!
Please call to reserve your seat. 402-559-6345
If you are planning on delivering at our hospital, Nebraska Medicine, you are able to register for their childbirth, lamaze, sibling, or breastfeeding educational classes. All classes are hosted at the Olson Center. For more information on hospital classes, please call (800) 922-0000.
The Nebraska Medicine Lactation Consultants hosts a breastfeeding support group on Thursdays at 3 pm in the Olson Center. It's free and open to all moms. No appointment is necessary, bring your babies! For more information on this group, please call (402) 552-3847.
A Breastfeeding Clinic is available by appointment at the Olson Center. Breastfeeding specialists will be on-hand to offer all women assistance with support, challenges, and education. Call or text 402-915-1559 to make an appointment.
Elite Mommy & Me Support Group is open to all women and their babies and meets every Tuesday from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Breastfeeding Curriculum for Families is a Saturday event which includes all 3 parts of the ELITE Breastfeeding Curriculum for Families: Nutrition for You & Your Growing Baby, Getting to Know Your Baby, and Hospital Preparation. Class description: Join us as we lay the foundation for good health and nutrition for you and your growing baby; come learn the basics of breastfeeding including most importantly getting to know your baby; and find out what to expect after delivery and how to prepare for your hospital stay. Dads are highly encouraged to attend. Other support persons welcome!
Next class is: Saturday, September 19, 9-4pm at Olson Center.
Other class times are available and are hosted at Elite Community Breastfeeding Support Center. To register for these classes or for more class times, visit: www.EliteLP.com/for-families. For questions, please call or text 402-915-1559.