Events Calendar

  • Baby Steps

    Tuesday, December 10, 2019
    10am - 11am
    Cost: Free
    Having a baby is a wonderful and challenging life change. Baby Steps at the Youth Clinic is here to support you through your child’s first year of life. This weekly group allows parents to connect informally with other parents and share their experiences.  A pediatric nurse is available to answer questions and provide information on important topics such as: Development and play Family life balance Babyproofing and safety Feeding Sleep Common infant illness   Children under 1 year of age are welcome to attend.  View Event
  • Feeding Your 6-12 Month Old

    Tuesday, December 17, 2019
    6pm - 7pm
    Cost: Free
    At about 6 months of age, your baby will be ready to start eating solid foods. This class will help you know what foods are best to introduce first, how to know when to move on to different types of foods, what foods to avoid, and how to help your child become an independent eater and share in the family table.  

    Babies welcome!

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  • Baby Steps

    Tuesday, December 17, 2019
    10am - 11am
    Cost: Free
    Having a baby is a wonderful and challenging life change. Baby Steps at the Youth Clinic is here to support you through your child’s first year of life. This weekly group allows parents to connect informally with other parents and share their experiences.  A pediatric nurse is available to answer questions and provide information on important topics such as: Development and play Family life balance Babyproofing and safety Feeding Sleep Common infant illness   Children under 1 year of age are welcome to attend.  View Event
  • Baby Steps

    Tuesday, December 24, 2019
    10am - 11am
    Cost: Free
    Having a baby is a wonderful and challenging life change. Baby Steps at the Youth Clinic is here to support you through your child’s first year of life. This weekly group allows parents to connect informally with other parents and share their experiences.  A pediatric nurse is available to answer questions and provide information on important topics such as: Development and play Family life balance Babyproofing and safety Feeding Sleep Common infant illness   Children under 1 year of age are welcome to attend.  View Event
  • Autoimmunity Screening for Kids (ASK) Program

    Friday, December 27, 2019
    10am - 3pm
    Cost: FREE
    The Youth Clinic invites all children in the community, ages 1-17 to participate in the Autoimmunity Screening for Kids (ASK) Program - a FREE health screening to detect Childhood Diabetes (also called Type 1 Diabetes or T1D) and Celiac Disease (CD).

    ASK is available to all Colorado children, ages 1–17, with or without a family history of these conditions. Pre-Registration is not required, however by filling out the Online eConsent Form ahead of time, it will make for an even quicker screening experience!

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  • Baby Steps

    Tuesday, December 31, 2019
    10am - 11am
    Cost: Free
    Having a baby is a wonderful and challenging life change. Baby Steps at the Youth Clinic is here to support you through your child’s first year of life. This weekly group allows parents to connect informally with other parents and share their experiences.  A pediatric nurse is available to answer questions and provide information on important topics such as: Development and play Family life balance Babyproofing and safety Feeding Sleep Common infant illness   Children under 1 year of age are welcome to attend.  View Event
  • Returning to Work and Breastfeeding

    Tuesday, January 21, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    If you will be returning to work and are nursing your baby, then this is the right class for you! We want to provide mothers with the knowledge and tools to continue breastfeeding if they need to be away from their baby. 

    Topics will include:

    • Pumping and storing breast milk
    • Does your pump fit properly?
    • How baby’s other caregivers habits and feeding schedule can help make breastfeeding successful
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  • Autoimmunity Screening for Kids (ASK) Program

    Friday, January 24, 2020
    10am - 3pm
    Cost: Free
    The Youth Clinic invites all children in the community, ages 1-17 to participate in the Autoimmunity Screening for Kids (ASK) Program - a FREE health screening to detect Childhood Diabetes (also called Type 1 Diabetes or T1D) and Celiac Disease (CD).

    ASK is available to all Colorado children, ages 1–17, with or without a family history of these conditions. Pre-Registration is not required, however by filling out the Online eConsent Form ahead of time, it will make for an even quicker screening experience!

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  • Feeding Your 6 – 12 Month old

    Tuesday, February 18, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    At about 6 months of age, your baby will be ready to start eating solid foods. This class will help you know what foods are best to introduce first, how to know when to move on to different types of foods, what foods to avoid, and how to help your child become an independent eater and share in the family table.

     

    Babies welcome!

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  • Healthy Transitions

    Wednesday, February 26, 2020
    6pm-8pm
    Cost: Free

    This is a special girls’ night out for both moms and daughters ages 9 – 12. This free class will cover puberty, physical changes, social development, maintaining a healthy body image and family relationships.

    Our nurturing and relaxed atmosphere will help remove any embarrassment or awkwardness to promote honest conversations. We can also recommend community resources and other relevant reference materials for challenging adolescent issues. This discussion will be followed by a discreet question and answer session and light refreshments.

    The Event Will Cover:

    • Physical, emotional and social changes associated with puberty
    • Fostering positive communication between girls and their parents
    • Helping girls develop positive relationships with friends
    • Cultivating healthy self-esteem

    Learn more about Healthy Transitions here! 

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  • Autoimmunity Screening for Kids (ASK) Program

    Friday, February 28, 2020
    10am - 3pm
    Cost: FREE
    The Youth Clinic invites all children in the community, ages 1-17 to participate in the Autoimmunity Screening for Kids (ASK) Program - a FREE health screening to detect Childhood Diabetes (also called Type 1 Diabetes or T1D) and Celiac Disease (CD).

    ASK is available to all Colorado children, ages 1–17, with or without a family history of these conditions. Pre-Registration is not required, however by filling out the Online eConsent Form ahead of time, it will make for an even quicker screening experience!

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  • Returning to Work and Breastfeeding

    Tuesday, March 10, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    If you will be returning to work and are nursing your baby, then this is the right class for you! We want to provide mothers with the knowledge and tools to continue breastfeeding if they need to be away from their baby. 

    Topics will include:

    • Pumping and storing breast milk
    • Does your pump fit properly?
    • How baby’s other caregivers habits and feeding schedule can help make breastfeeding successful
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  • Feeding Your 6 – 12 Month old

    Tuesday, April 21, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    At about 6 months of age, your baby will be ready to start eating solid foods. This class will help you know what foods are best to introduce first, how to know when to move on to different types of foods, what foods to avoid, and how to help your child become an independent eater and share in the family table.

     

    Babies welcome!

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  • Healthy Transitions

    Wednesday, April 22, 2020
    6pm-8pm
    Cost: Free

    This is a special girls’ night out for both moms and daughters ages 9 – 12. This free class will cover puberty, physical changes, social development, maintaining a healthy body image and family relationships.

    Our nurturing and relaxed atmosphere will help remove any embarrassment or awkwardness to promote honest conversations. We can also recommend community resources and other relevant reference materials for challenging adolescent issues. This discussion will be followed by a discreet question and answer session and light refreshments.

    The Event Will Cover:

    • Physical, emotional and social changes associated with puberty
    • Fostering positive communication between girls and their parents
    • Helping girls develop positive relationships with friends
    • Cultivating healthy self-esteem

    Learn more about Healthy Transitions here! 

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  • Healthy Steps

    Wednesday, April 29, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    This is a special boys’ night out for both parents and sons ages 11 – 13. This free class will cover puberty, physical changes, social development, maintaining a healthy body image and family relationships.

    Our nurturing and relaxed atmosphere will help remove any embarrassment or awkwardness to promote honest conversations. We can also recommend community resources and other relevant reference materials for challenging adolescent issues. This discussion will be followed by a discreet question and answer session and light refreshments.

    The Event Will Cover:

    • Physical, emotional and social changes associated with puberty
    • Fostering positive communication between boys and their parents
    • Helping boys develop positive relationships with friends
    • Cultivating healthy self-esteem

    Learn more about Healthy Steps here! 

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  • Returning to Work and Breastfeeding

    Tuesday, May 19, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    If you will be returning to work and are nursing your baby, then this is the right class for you! We want to provide mothers with the knowledge and tools to continue breastfeeding if they need to be away from their baby. 

    Topics will include:

    • Pumping and storing breast milk
    • Does your pump fit properly?
    • How baby’s other caregivers habits and feeding schedule can help make breastfeeding successful
    View Event
  • Feeding Your 6 – 12 Month old

    Tuesday, June 16, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    At about 6 months of age, your baby will be ready to start eating solid foods. This class will help you know what foods are best to introduce first, how to know when to move on to different types of foods, what foods to avoid, and how to help your child become an independent eater and share in the family table.

     

    Babies welcome!

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  • Returning to Work and Breastfeeding

    Tuesday, July 21, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    If you will be returning to work and are nursing your baby, then this is the right class for you! We want to provide mothers with the knowledge and tools to continue breastfeeding if they need to be away from their baby. 

    Topics will include:

    • Pumping and storing breast milk
    • Does your pump fit properly?
    • How baby’s other caregivers habits and feeding schedule can help make breastfeeding successful
    View Event
  • Feeding Your 6 – 12 Month old

    Tuesday, August 18, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free
    At about 6 months of age, your baby will be ready to start eating solid foods. This class will help you know what foods are best to introduce first, how to know when to move on to different types of foods, what foods to avoid, and how to help your child become an independent eater and share in the family table. Babies welcome!View Event
  • Healthy Transitions

    Wednesday, August 26, 2020
    6pm-8pm
    Cost: Free

    This is a special girls’ night out for both moms and daughters ages 9 – 12. This free class will cover puberty, physical changes, social development, maintaining a healthy body image and family relationships.

    Our nurturing and relaxed atmosphere will help remove any embarrassment or awkwardness to promote honest conversations. We can also recommend community resources and other relevant reference materials for challenging adolescent issues. This discussion will be followed by a discreet question and answer session and light refreshments.

    The Event Will Cover:

    • Physical, emotional and social changes associated with puberty
    • Fostering positive communication between girls and their parents
    • Helping girls develop positive relationships with friends
    • Cultivating healthy self-esteem

    Learn more about Healthy Transitions here! 

    View Event
  • Returning to Work and Breastfeeding

    Tuesday, September 15, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    If you will be returning to work and are nursing your baby, then this is the right class for you! We want to provide mothers with the knowledge and tools to continue breastfeeding if they need to be away from their baby. 

    Topics will include:

    • Pumping and storing breast milk
    • Does your pump fit properly?
    • How baby’s other caregivers habits and feeding schedule can help make breastfeeding successful
    View Event
  • Feeding Your 6 – 12 Month old

    Tuesday, October 20, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free
    At about 6 months of age, your baby will be ready to start eating solid foods. This class will help you know what foods are best to introduce first, how to know when to move on to different types of foods, what foods to avoid, and how to help your child become an independent eater and share in the family table. Babies welcome!View Event
  • Healthy Transitions

    Wednesday, October 21, 2020
    6pm-8pm
    Cost: Free

    This is a special girls’ night out for both moms and daughters ages 9 – 12. This free class will cover puberty, physical changes, social development, maintaining a healthy body image and family relationships.

    Our nurturing and relaxed atmosphere will help remove any embarrassment or awkwardness to promote honest conversations. We can also recommend community resources and other relevant reference materials for challenging adolescent issues. This discussion will be followed by a discreet question and answer session and light refreshments.

    The Event Will Cover:

    • Physical, emotional and social changes associated with puberty
    • Fostering positive communication between girls and their parents
    • Helping girls develop positive relationships with friends
    • Cultivating healthy self-esteem

    Learn more about Healthy Transitions here! 

    View Event
  • Healthy Steps

    Wednesday, October 28, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    This is a special boys’ night out for both parents and sons ages 11 – 13. This free class will cover puberty, physical changes, social development, maintaining a healthy body image and family relationships.

    Our nurturing and relaxed atmosphere will help remove any embarrassment or awkwardness to promote honest conversations. We can also recommend community resources and other relevant reference materials for challenging adolescent issues. This discussion will be followed by a discreet question and answer session and light refreshments.

    The Event Will Cover:

    • Physical, emotional and social changes associated with puberty
    • Fostering positive communication between boys and their parents
    • Helping boys develop positive relationships with friends
    • Cultivating healthy self-esteem

    Learn more about Healthy Steps here! 

    View Event
  • Returning to Work and Breastfeeding

    Tuesday, November 17, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free

    If you will be returning to work and are nursing your baby, then this is the right class for you! We want to provide mothers with the knowledge and tools to continue breastfeeding if they need to be away from their baby. 

    Topics will include:

    • Pumping and storing breast milk
    • Does your pump fit properly?
    • How baby’s other caregivers habits and feeding schedule can help make breastfeeding successful
    View Event
  • Feeding Your 6 – 12 Month old

    Tuesday, December 15, 2020
    6pm-7pm
    Cost: Free
    At about 6 months of age, your baby will be ready to start eating solid foods. This class will help you know what foods are best to introduce first, how to know when to move on to different types of foods, what foods to avoid, and how to help your child become an independent eater and share in the family table.   Babies welcome!View Event