A fun and informative session for expecting parents
Information and strategies for parenting your new baby in the early months
- What to expect from your new baby when you get home from hospital
- Latest evidence based advice on infant sleep, settling and feeding your baby
- How our programs can help and support you
- A two hour session by Possums/Paeds in a pod Specialist partner Renee Keogh (lactation consultant and NDC accredited practitioner)
- Available the first Saturday of every month
- Cost – $50.00 (includes attendance by yourself and a support person)
- Tea/Coffee included.
If you are interested in signing up for a session, you can register your interest by speaking to the staff at GOG reception or with the Paeds in a Pod team today by calling 07 3177 2000 or booking online.
Registered Nurse and Lactation Consultant
Renee commenced working with Dr Pamela Douglas as part of the Possums Programs in 2015, and is an accredited Neuroprotective Developmental Care practitioner.
She enjoys working with families and takes great reward from the feedback she receives about the difference she makes in their lives. Her calm and measured approach to problem solving begins with an assessment, followed by a forward plan, and then extends to provide ongoing support.
Dr Pamela Douglas
Specialist GP – problems of breastfeeding and unsettled infant behaviour
Dr Pamela Douglas is a GP, researcher and educator who offers specialised support for breastfeeding, unsettled infant behaviour, and maternal mood.
If you are experiencing breastfeeding problems or unsettled baby behaviour which has not resolved with usual care, or if your health provider has concerns that your baby might have tongue or lip ties, you can see Dr Douglas face-to-face or by Skype at the Possums Education and Research Centre (PERC), Paeds in a pod. PERC is located in the Greenslopes Obstetrics and Gynaecology rooms, Level 2F, at the Greenslopes Private Hospital.