Toronto, Canada, April 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Mom's Day One hosts the second in its Mom’s Day One University Week Facebook series. This month’s University Week runs from April 1-7 and focuses on Baby Massage - the Power of Touch. Margaret Wallis-Duffy - Registered Massage Therapist and Internationally certified Baby Massage instructor, award winning Founder of Wallis for Wellness will be this month’s Guest expert who will share her knowledge on the benefits and techniques of Infant Massage. Margaret recognizes the importance of Social Media and has been innovative with her approach. Producing Live Webcasts with interactive social components, and informative Tweet Chats. The Wallis for Wellness team will provide parents with educational and instructional videos over the next week so that they can implement the baby massage program into their homes.
The University Week Facebook event is a part of the Moms Day One 4M's for Moms Platforms which works to educate and support Moms with various parenting challenges, giving them the knowledge and skills needed for them to enjoy parenthood even more. The University Week series runs for one week starting on the first day of each month. The general format of the event entails blogs, videos and web resource materials on the featured topic posted daily on the Mom's Day One Facebook page; Parents are encouraged to ask questions and post comments, at the end of the week these questions will be answered by the expert during a 1 hour Live Facebook Chat.
The first Mom's Day One University Week held in March focused on the Safe Sleep Environment for an Infant. Parents will be able to access information from this and future University Week series on www.dayone.ca.
Mom's Day One was founded in 2012 and is a Toronto based company that focuses on the well being of new mothers. It’s core initiative is to provide new Moms in Canada with complimentary Mom's Day One Boxes distributed mostly at the hospitals where Moms are delivering their babies. The Boxes provide crucial information on safety and post-partum related issues as well as some complimentary gifts that new Moms might find helpful when they are back home with a new baby.