Parenthood, whilst being one of the most rewarding and life changing adventures you’ll take on this journey we call ‘life’ is an extraordinary prospect. The very notion of creating life and shaping that life into an individual who takes their own journey seems out of this world. And whilst all the joy and wonder of such a spectacular and life altering gift leaves us feeling like the luckiest people in the world, it’s also one of the hardest challenges we are presented with, and that starts from birth. Parents often say the first few formative years are the most terrifying. The lack of sleep, coming to terms with possible allergies and illnesses, and all around, keeping them in routine and breathing presents itself as a great challenge. But at Tresillian’ Family care right in the heart of the Nepean Hospital, the friendly and nurturing staff are there to lend a hand. To help not only your child, but you to thrive in this new life and to teach parents valuable lessons about soothing and settling their little bundle of joy.
With an array of classes and activities to help you on your path to parenthood, you’ll never want to leave. From learning to settle one’s baby, to tackling the torment of breastfeeding and even getting the little angels settled for the night. Tresillian is an early parenting service offering families guidance in the early years of their child’s life. The friendly and highly trained nurses support new parents around breastfeeding and settling baby, as well as dealing with postnatal depression and nutrition.
One lady has even spoken out saying: “To all the Tresillian Nurses (Angels), I cannot believe the change in our son from such a short time under your guidance. Your kindness and extra special support gave me the skills and confidence to be the Mum I want to be. Thank you for bringing colour back to the world.”
For all of our expectant and even new mothers here in The Blue Mountains, cut yourself some slack and know that it is okay to seek help. Visit Tresillian Family care at Nepean Hospital today.
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