Boys Town Pediatrics Newborn Expo
New and expecting parents are invited to join Boys Town Pediatrics on Facebook for a weeklong virtual event, sharing a variety of topics and tips to prepare for the newest addition to the family! Each day will feature a live pediatrician-led session, followed by additional resources shared throughout the day, including pre-recorded reels from other providers and community experts.
Plus, there will be prizes throughout the week! Enter to win two daily prizes by participating in our education sessions. At the end of the week, one lucky registrant will win our grand prize: a newborn photo session with Nikki McLeay Photography.
We’re also having a special in-person event on Saturday, October 14! This is a hands-on event with mini workshops and in-person presentations from our pediatricians. More details are below!
RSVP to receive presentation reminders and to register for a free baby bundle swag bag*! This giveaway includes care items from Boys Town Pediatrics and coupons and giveaways from our community partners.
*First 250 registrants only. One per family.
Boys Town Pediatrics In-Person Newborn Skills Workshop
Saturday, October 14
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Boys Town National HQ
Join Boys Town Pediatricians and community organizations for a free workshop focusing on everything newborn! You’ll receive hands-on training and education resources, mingle with local companies and enjoy healthy snacks and sweet treats as you prepare for your newest addition.
Space is limited to the first 160 registered individuals, so sign up today!
note that this event is intended for caretakers only. On-site childcare will not be provided.
Sessions will include:
- Infant first-aid with the Boys Town Fire Department
- Car seat installation and travel safety with Safe Kids Douglas County
- Creating a baby-safe environment at home with Nebraska Regional Poison Center
- Basic baby skills, including burping, nose suctioning, holding techniques, breastfeeding and more with Nurture Omaha
This event features concurrent sessions and may require attendees to change rooms at least once. While it's not designed as a "come and go" event, we understand life's demands and encourage you to attend around your schedule.