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Cuidiú Galway

Cuidiú Galway

Who We Are

Welcome to the Galway branch of Cuidiú, a national parent-to-parent support organisation and charity run by volunteer parents. The Irish name Cuidiú means care and support for all parents with bumps or babes, tots or teens.

Cuidiúʼs motto is education and support for parenthood. Our aim is to provide information to parents which allows them to make informed choices about pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding and to provide a supportive background to empower parents to act upon their decisions.

What We Do

We run antenatal and postnatal groups and courses, local support and reliable information to help all parents make informed decisions around pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and parenting.

How We Do It

Antenatal Classes
– Group and 1:1 preparation for birth and early parenting classes
– Breastfeeding preparation classes

Breastfeeding Support
– Group meet-ups across Galway county, facilitated by trained volunteer breastfeeding counsellors
– Support and information by phone with trained volunteer breastfeeding counsellors
– Current locations Galway City, Ballinasloe, Athenry, Oranmore, Gort, Clifden

Parent-to-Parent Support
– Parent & Toddler groups in Galway city
– Support and information by phone with trained volunteer peer supporters

Who We Serve

– Expectant and new parents
– Parents and families
Clifden Breastfeeding Group

Clifden Breastfeeding Group

Station House Hotel
Clifden
Co. Galway

Cuidiú Antenatal Classes and Meet-ups: Preparation for Birth and Early Parenting

Cuidiú Antenatal Classes and Meet-ups: Preparation for Birth and Early Parenting

The Resting Tree Holistic Centre & Athenry Primary Care Centre

Galway City Parent & Toddler Group – Cuidiú

Galway City Parent & Toddler Group - Cuidiú

Methodist Church (off Eyre Square)

Quick Reference

Name:
Cuidiú Galway
Address:
Various locations in Galway City and County. Contact us for details.
086 232 8229
Is a Referral Required? No

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