We understand that looking after a little one can be a beautiful but scary experience
Whether it’s your first or fifth time, the ‘rules’ of what to do and what not to do are forever changing. Along with old wives tales and the new trends online, it is more and more difficult to filter through the information and find reliable and trustworthy advice.
It is our duty to stay up to date with paediatric health.
Newborn & Beyond comprises a team of doctors, nurses and NHS trained health professionals. Using the extensive experience that we have gained throughout our career and medical training, we will help you cut through the jargon. We will empower you with the education and skills that you need to identify when your child may be unwell, what to do and when to seek help.
At Newborn & Beyond we want to bridge the gap between you and the medical world by carrying out a relaxed and informal service. We provide education and training through a range of workshops that are vibrant and interactive. Included are basic life support skills and tutorials exploring common conditions that affect children from birth to adolescence.
Newborn and Beyond are amazing, they really helped open our eyes to the realities and importance of basic life support skills for our little one. If my wife and I ever needed to use these skills, we feel more prepared and a lot more confident.Manny Adeshipe
Me and my husband had been wanting to do a baby first aid course before Esme was born but could never seem to make it to the course in pregnancy. Once Esme was born we had no idea how we would ever manage to get one!! This is the total joy of Newborn & Beyond, they will come to your home and teach you everything you need to know about basic first aid. Leila was a very thorough and enthusatic teacher. We felt that we learnt a great deal and had all our (hundreds!) of questions answered without any judgement. I would highly recommend that all first time parents take this course, it really is a must and has left us feeling much more confident if anything serious was to happen to our baby.Caroline Busch