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COVID-2019 Alert

The latest information about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, including vaccine clinics for 12-17 year-olds.

La información más reciente sobre el nuevo Coronavirus de 2019, incluidas las clínicas de vacunación para jóvenes de 12 a 17 años.

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About Our Classes

Perinatal Classes: We are pleased to offer classes in both in-person and online. All perinatal classes will be listed with either “Online” or “In Person” after the title to designate the location of the class setting.

Adolescent Classes: Our Heart to Heart classes have been adapted to a new online class called The Chat.

To view our full list of class offerings, please click the red “Register” button. If you have any questions about our perinatal or adolescent community classes, please contact LPCHCommunityClass@stanfordchildrens.org

Stanford Children’s Health offers programs, classes, and support groups to enhance the lives of parents and children. Our Prenatal, Infant, and Child classes are designed to guide and support you through pregnancy, childbirth, and the first few moments of your growing family. Our Pre-Teen, Teen and Parent Classes offer lessons on key topics of puberty, body changes, and communication for parents and their children through adolescence. Additionally, we provide free community lectures from our clinical experts at Stanford Children’s Health to help you stay updated on how to keep your children safe and healthy.

For your convenience, we also offer an online video library, bringing health education into your home. Here you will find our latest community health education lectures and health tips from our physicians and staff. We update this collection regularly, so be sure to check for new arrivals!

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