Parenting only begins at birth
Our classes are created to help families with the transition of adding a child and also in the months and years that follow.
An equitable approach.
Nurtured Nest is keenly aware of the pervasive problem of health inequity in the United States.
We want to ensure that BIPOC parents, LGBTQI+ parents, adoptive parents, and single parents all feel seen, valued, and represented in materials from Nurtured Nest. If you spot an exception to this goal in our materials, we ask you to tell us. When we know better, we do better.
We are aware our learners come to our classes from diverse cultural backgrounds. In each new class, we help families navigate cultural differences around parenting, offering encouragement, mindset shifts, and language for moments of tension.
Parenting is a learned skill
Hire top-notch parenting and medical experts–the kind who eat, sleep, and breathe their field of study.
Pick their brains. Asking: What’s experience taught you? What’s on the cutting edge of your field? What do parents need to know?
Our team of adult learning experts, videographers, and designers create engaging on-demand classes.
We create confident families.
Nurtured Nest puts education first: we’re focused solely on creating expert-led, on-demand parenting information in an engaging, accessible format.
Our organization consults with Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Pediatricians, Nurse Midwives, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioners, Lactation Specialists, Registered Nurses, Licensed Therapists, Licensed Speech & Language Pathologists, Exercise Specialists, Physical Therapists, Family & Child Psychotherapists, Sleep Consultants, Child-Centered Business Owners, even Dog Trainers! All of our educators are also parents themselves.
We are constantly creating new content and welcoming new educators to our team. Want to share your expertise with families? Shoot us an email with your ideas!
Partnering with healthcare providers
Nurtured Nest perinatal education allows hospitals to support families throughout the whole perinatal period without a heavy lift from the hospital staff.
It allows hospitals to focus on patient outcomes, knowing those in their care have up-to-date, evidence-based perinatal education that meets patients’ emotional, clinical, and logistical needs.