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As a new parent, being well-informed is crucial to your wellbeing and peace of mind as you set of on this exciting new adventure with your growing family. This is why Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane’s team of obstetricians, midwives and lactation consultants will be available at this years’ Essential Baby and Toddler Show from Friday 15 to Sunday 17 March 2019. Our team of experienced health care professionals will be there to discuss your journey through parenthood and assist with pregnancy, birth and newborn care related questions. You’ll find the Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane team at stand B11, near the baby changing and baby feeding room.
It’s also a great opportunity to find out about the maternity services and facilities offered at Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane, including parenting support services to help women and their families adjust to their new role as a parent or caregiver. You can also learn more about the Pregnancy Assessment Centre; our purpose-built facility provides around the clock care for women from the very beginning of pregnancy through until six weeks after the baby has been born.
Looking to gain a little extra confidence as a new parent? Mater Mothers’ offers a condensed 90 minute, hands-on, first aid for babies’ class which is ideal for parents and grandparents. Visit the Essential Baby and Toddler Show website to book your place at one of our Mater Mothers’ First Aid For Babies classes (bookings are essential). You can also visit our team at The Advice Hub to find out more, including how to care for a baby or toddler in an emergency, how to identify, respond to and manage common infant injuries and emergencies and when to go to hospital.
Our range of hospital-developed maternity and baby care products will be available to purchase at the Essential Baby and Toddler Show. Stock up on Mater Baby Products and take advantage of our special show deal: buy any two products and receive the third product free (Terms and Conditions apply).
Our Midwives and Mums at Mater Mothers’ Hospitals have developed a range of high quality and trusted maternity and baby care products for the health and wellbeing of you and your family. Our range of skin care and nappies are suitable for even the most delicate newborn skin. You can test the products yourself at the show too, including our nappies of all sizes within the baby changing room.
If you’re unable to join us at the Essential Baby and Toddler Show, Mater Baby Products are available to purchase online at materbabyproducts.com.au for delivery nationally, or pick them up during your weekly shop at 19 Woolworths Supermarkets in South East Queensland and selected pharmacies.
This year’s event will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from Friday 15 to Sunday 17 March 2019 and is open from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm each day. The Show is free to attend if you register for your ticket before 5pm AEST, 14 March 2019. Download your FREE ticket now. Alternatively, tickets are available to purchase for $20 at the door.
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