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#1 furkids

Posted 07 December 2007 - 03:53 PM

Hi,

Has anyone been to QEC Early Parenting Centre (Queen Elizabeth Centre) in Victoria. We have been given a place for next week due to DS eating and sleeping problems.

But I'm very apprehensive about going?

What is it like? What should we expect? I so dont want to do CC but am at my wits end.

Edited by furkids, 07 December 2007 - 03:55 PM.


#2 LemonLyman

Posted 08 December 2007 - 08:08 AM

Hi there - where is the QEC?  I'm a bit confused about which hospital it is because I think I've heard it referred to as another name (sorry, I don't have any info for you, just a question!).

#3 furkids

Posted 08 December 2007 - 07:06 PM

Hi,
Its in Noble Park...Its called Queen Elizabeth Centre.
I can seem to find any info on forums about it, so I'm hoping its helpful.
But very nervous about going!!

#4 LemonLyman

Posted 08 December 2007 - 07:30 PM

Hi again,

If that's the South Eastern Private Hospital (Noble Park) then I'm in the process of investigating that one too!  Have a look at the 'Melb Sleep Schools' thread cos somebody mentions this hospital, but I don't know if it's the same place - I think my MCHN said it is.  I completely understand your nerves - so many people say they have great results from sleep schools but I worry it would traumatise my bub!

Hope someone else has better info than me.  original.gif

#5 LemonLyman

Posted 10 December 2007 - 08:33 AM

Okey doke - after some investigating I think that QEC and Sth Eastern hosp are different places.  I looked up the QEC website and they have some little audio things you can listen to with settling technique tips - perhaps they're the techniques they use?

I think alot of places these days don't enforce CC and will let you do what you are comfortable with... You can always say you're not comfortable with something; I know someone who left a centre (not QEC) for that reason.  Easier to say than do I guess.  Perhaps you can ring first and ask what specifically goes on?

No luck with anyone else having any info!  Perhaps bumping this topic back to the top will help..  wink.gif

#6 catcat

Posted 10 December 2007 - 03:25 PM

Hi there
QEC and Sth eastern hosp are different places. A friend of mine went to QEC (Noble Park) a few weeks ago for a daystay. She's very happy with the result as her DD can now self-settle to sleep with some patting. She also got rid of wrapping at the same time.
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