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A 5-week programme for parents & caregivers of babies aged 6 weeks upwards.

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This 5-week programme will teach you how to massage your baby. It will also give you an opportunity to meet others in your area.

Baby massage is something every parent/caregiver can learn and do with your baby. Classes are for parents/main caregiver and their babies.

The age for babies is six weeks to nine/ten months. Please note; older babies may be less inclined to lie still for the massage during the class. 

This programme will give you:

  • Special one-to-one time for yourself and your baby.
  • Baby massage may help the baby with sleep.
  • You will learn techniques that may help improve colic and constipation.
  • Meet with others each week, with space and time to connect.
  • Places are limited.

Classes will run over five consecutive Wednesday mornings from 10:00 am - 11.00 am. Class dates:

  1. June 9th
  2. June 16th
  3. June 23rd
  4. June 30th
  5. July 7th

For additional information please contact Aoife Connolly on aconnolly@archways.ie or 085 868 9959.

Instructors at Blue Skies Initiative have been trained with the International Association of Infant Massage (www.iaim.org.uk).

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Organiser Blue Skies Initiative Area Based Childhood Programme

Organiser of Baby Massage- Adamstown June 2021

Blue Skies Initiative Area Based Childhood Programme

The Blue Skies Initiative is the name of the Consortium in the Clondalkin and Adamstown, under the Area Based Childhood programme (ABC). The ABC Programme is an innovative prevention and early intervention initiative consisting of committed funding for an area-based approach to helping to improve outcomes for children by reducing child poverty. The initiative is managed locally by the Consortium which is made up of members from several statutory and community organisations in the area and is led by Archways. The Blue Skies Initiative is designed to improve the overall wellbeing for children and families in the area.

The focus of the work under the ABC Programme covers in the main:

  • Child Health & Development
  • Childrens Learning
  • Parenting
  • Integrated Service Delivery

Areas are implementing a range of programmes and services in a variety of settings including schools, early years settings, and in the home. Emphasis is being placed on enhancing interagency collaboration to ensure services being delivered are timely, accessible, and have the potential to become mainstreamed.

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