If you have any questions or need support, please email OBeducation@riverview.org.
We’re proud to offer a wide selection of classes and support groups to help you before, during and after your motherhood journey. Whether you’re a new mom or a pro who needs some support, we’re here for you to answer your questions.
This self-paced online program provides breastfeeding tips and techniques for new moms and those needing a refresher. We'll also discuss how to best meet your infant’s nutritional needs. We recommend completing this class by 36 weeks. The online program consists of several educational modules. With your registration, you'll receive an access code, which will remain active for nine months.
Watch our virtual tour video to get a behind-the-scenes look at Riverview Health Maternity Center. The tour includes labor and delivery suites, triage rooms, Level II Special Care Nursery and more. In-person tours are temporarily suspended. Watch the tour >>
This self-paced online childbirth education content covers preparation, what to expect as labor progresses, pre-term labor, medical interventions and pain control, Cesarean birth and postpartum care. We recommend completing the program by 36 weeks. The online program consists of several learning modules and includes engaging videos, 3D animations, learning activities, fun quizzes, helpful web links, downloadable PDFs, and a Parent’s Toolbox loaded with interactive tools. With your registration, you'll receive an access code, which is good for nine months. If you have questions, please contact OBeducation@riverview.org.
This support group provides mentoring, support, education and community resources for pregnant and postpartum adolescents. The meetings are led by a Riverview Health maternity nurse and focused on topics such as psychological changes, childbirth and childcare challenges. Speakers include obstetricians, pediatricians, psychologists, nurses and social workers. Contact Brande Pedigo, RN, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more >>
This support group helps new moms learn more about breastfeeding while connecting with other moms. A lactation consultant will be available to assist you in any way. Remember, if you have any breastfeeding questions at any time, you can call the breastfeeding support group line at 317.776.7202 or Riverview Health Maternity Center at 317.776.7200. Learn more >>
Whether you're pregnant or a new mom, the goal of this group is to provide a supportive, understanding and non-judgmental environment where women can encourage and help each other adjust to the changes in their lives. The facilitator will also provide education to help decrease feelings of stress and worrying, by improving mood management and using effective coping skills. Moms are encouraged to bring their babies to this support group. Contact Angie Watts at email@example.com. Learn more >>
Led by an experienced infant loss support group leader, this group is open to anyone who has suffered an infant loss through ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, miscarriage or neonatal loss. Contact Dede Flaherty, RN, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more >>