The Grandparents Class
Throughout the generations, parents look for answers to the biggest parenting questions. This class describes ways grandparents can offer support and assistance to a new family, and also discusses current trends in birth practices and infant care. Like the expectant parents who are transitioning into a new life with the arrival of their child, grandparents are also going through an exciting transformation. Information provided on newborn capabilities, how to provide a safe environment for infants, and how to give emotional support to the new parents will assist you in being the best support you can be.
Note: Due to COVID all classes will be held online
Zoom video invites will be sent out prior to the class.
Lisa Morrell Tankersley, ICCE CGE, TS
Lisa Morrell Tankersley, ICCE CGE, TS. Is a certified Childbirth Educator, Certified Gottman Educator and Training Specialist. Lisa gained her certification through the Gottman Institute and has taught Bringing Baby Home workshops for Swedish Medical Center since 2006. She followed the path to become a training specialist several years later as part of a cohort of childbirth educators through Swedish Hospital, and has participated in several Bringing Baby Home and 7 Principles trainings over the years.
She has been in the childbirth and parenting profession for over 30 years. Lisa began her journey in parenting and relationship education courses through her degree in Early Childhood Education and as the Lead Educator in child development centers. She holds a cherished Adjunct Professor position at Bastyr University as a trainer for The Simkin Center for Allied Birth Vocations Childbirth Education Trainings. Her work as a postpartum doula allowed Lisa to serve as a lactation specialist for countless families making the transition to parenthood.