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The Parenting Place postnatal programme: Space for you and your baby

March 08, 2019 at 10:56 AM

From The Parenting Place

Space for you and your baby is The Parenting Place’s postnatal programme, supporting new parents and their babies over their first critical year together. At Space, you and your baby will connect with other new parents and their babies as you explore parenting and your baby’s development in a safe, facilitated environment. If you have a baby between 3 weeks – 4 months of age you can join a local space group now click here for more information.

Through Space, organisations can also extend the support and connections available to new parents and babies within their communities. Join us to ensure our country is a place where every parent has the opportunity to thrive, and every baby feels deeply loved. Find out how to become a Space partner today. 


Rochelle Doyle 021 179 9208

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Category: Programmes