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    Classes and Education

    Use the search options below to find classes of interest to you. Sutter Health affiliates offer classes in locations throughout Northern California.


    Monthly education and support group meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month (except in December) at the Herrick Campus, 2001 Dwight Way, Berkeley. Next class : April 14
    Support group for people to share information and provide emotional support. Next class : April 5

    Updates on Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prognosis

    Please join Brian Tang, M.D., for a presentation on the latest information about autism spectrum disorder. Next class : April 14

    Baby on the way? We can help prepare you for the arrival of your new baby. Learn survival tips including, what to expect when the baby is born, newborn appearance and behavior, baby care basics (bathing, dressing, and more. Next class : April 28
    Through demonstration, discussions and class participation, parents-to-be will learn about common parental concerns, day-to-day baby care, useful supplies for the baby and much more. Next class : May 30
    This one-day class is for expectant parents who are unable to attend a weekly series. The class is designed to give expectant families hands-on practice in diapering, swaddling, bathing, and handling of the newborn. Next class : March 28
    This is a three-session series designed to give expectant families hands-on practice in diapering, swaddling, bathing, and handling of the newborn. Parents-to-be will also learn about breastfeeding and more. Next class : April 13
    This class is recommended for expectant parents in the second trimester. You will learn about baby-proofing your home with tips to avoid the top five dangers to children. Next class : April 20
    Motherhood can be a wild ride, especially during the first few months. Join other new moms and discuss the joys of motherhood as well as the anxieties of adjusting to new responsibilities and changed routines. Next class : March 30
    Back pain affects 80% of Americans at some point in their lifetime, and while it usually gets better on its own, sometimes medical and surgical intervention is needed. Next class : April 1