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The following is a list of resources you may find useful if you are planning on having a baby in the District of Algoma.
This visit is a pre-admission appointment that prepares both the expectant parents and the healthcare team for the birth of your. During your visit to the Prenatal Pre-Admission Session and Tour, a registered nurse will provide you with an information package outlining common questions regarding your personal care and that of your newborn infant. You do not need a referral to attend.
Expectant parents are asked to call as soon as possible after 20 weeks gestation to schedule your prenatal pre-admission education class and tour. Contact the Parent Child Information Line to register for programs, make an appointment or speak to a public health nurse. The Information Line is available am to pm, Monday through Friday.
Learn about having a healthy pregnancy, labour and delivery, breastfeeding, newborn safety, fatherhood, and much more.
A variety of prenatal education options are available for expectant mothers and their partners. These include, evening prenatal sessions, daytime mini-sessions, young parents connection, individual consultations, and information packages. Call to register as early as possible as space is limited. A series of six classes are offered to prepare expectant parents for the birth experience.
Classes are held Thursdays from 7 p. Body building exercises, relaxation and breathing techniques are taught to assist the pregnant woman during labour and delivery.
The classes are most effective if taken in the last two months of your pregnancy and are taught by a registered nurse. The class is intended as an introduction to breastfeeding. Prenatal preparation of the breasts, proper latching and other breastfeeding techniques will be discussed. Please bring a doll or teddy bear to class.
The Nurse Practitioner Clinic is available to expectant mothers and caregivers with children under 6 years of age, who live in the Sault Ste. Marie and surrounding area, and who have no family physician. The clinic may provide postpartum care for mom, birth control, pap smears, screening for possible health problems, well baby care, immunizations, monitoring of growth and developments of children, treatment of common problems. Call the Parent Child Information Line to book your appointment. Drop by the Information Centre and meet with a public health nurse for breastfeeding support, infant nutrition, growth and development, parenting resources, and support for postpartum depression.
The Healthy Babies, Healthy Children program is a home visiting program for pregnant women and parents under six years of age. A public health nurse and family home visitor work closely to meet your needs.
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Both can provide advice and support about pregnancy and parenting over the phoen or in person. When needed they may also link families to support services in the community. Visits can be done in your home or where you feel comfortable.
You can begin and end the program at any time. The program is free and completely confidential. Progam Information Sault Ste. Marie or Algoma district. Visit the Algoma Public Health website for information and support for breastfeeding and feeding your baby. New and expectant moms have access to expert advice and support for breastfeeding 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, through a telephone advisory service. This free service is provided by Registered Nurses who have also received training in breastfeeding and lactation support. For more complex situations, lactation experts will also be available.
Program Information The Algoma Public Health Unit offers a of parenting programs. Follow the link above or call for more information the programs offered. Search for a Centre Near You. EarlyON Centres are a place for children up to the age of six and their parents and caregivers to take part in programs and activities together.
They bring together in one location information about children's services and programs in the community. If you have questions about your child's development, or want to know how to get information or services for your child aged in your area contact your local centre.
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Call to make an appointment with a Smoking Cessation Counselor. Program Information or toll-free at Car seat safety information available on the Algoma Public Health website. Parents, grandparents, and caregivers are welcome. Clinic times and dates for this free clinic vary. Call to register. Link to Recreation Directory.
Trails Booklet [PDF]. Follow the link above for information on trails in your area. Algoma District. Joseph's General Hospital Elliot Lake www. Prenatal Education - Algoma Public Health Unit Learn about having a healthy pregnancy, labour and delivery, breastfeeding, newborn safety, fatherhood, and much more.
Prepared Childbirth Classes - Women's Health Centre A series of six classes are offered to prepare expectant parents for the birth experience. Marie The Nurse Practitioner Clinic is available to expectant mothers and caregivers with children under 6 years of age, who live in the Sault Ste. Marie, P6B 0A9 Monday to Friday, pm - pm Drop by the Information Centre and meet with a public health nurse for breastfeeding support, infant nutrition, growth and development, parenting resources, and support for postpartum depression.
Marie or Algoma district Visit the Algoma Public Health website for information and support for breastfeeding and feeding your baby. Recreation Directories - Gateway Algoma Link to Recreation Directory Visit link for activities, sports, and recreational programs offered in your region.
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