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Antenatal Classes for Twins & Health Professional Courses


Upcoming Events from Dr Ella Rachamim, Paediatrician and Mother of three (including twins) - all take place in Finchley, London.

Sat 7 Sept - Breastfeeding Course for Professionals
Sun 15 Sept – Paediatric First Aid Course
Sat 21 September- Expecting Twins or More (1st and 2nd Timers)

Expecting Twins or more is an antenatal course specifically tailored to those who are expecting twins, triplets or more!  For more details on this course, follow the link to Expecting Twins or More Course Details.

 

There are courses running throughout the year with this company and many other independent midwives and antenatal teachers. For more details on antenatal classes in your area, follow the link to our Antental Courses.and for more information and 'Twins Tips' , visit our Resouce Centre - Twins Tips on Twin & Multiple Pregnancy.



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