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Being Parents

The Health Unit offers parenting support through the programs listed below. To make a referral or for more information, clients can contact the Health Action Line at 1-800-660-5853.

  • Baby Talk Groups are drop in sessions offered to parents and caregivers of babies ages birth to 1 year old.

  • Value Every Kid links to information and tools to help families, schools, and communities raise healthy, caring, responsible children.

  • The Ontario Early Year’s Centre’s (OEYC) in Leeds and Grenville and Lanark offer a wide variety of programs to support children age 0 – 6. Support, resources and education are also offered to parents and caregivers.

  • Parenting Community Supports

    A complete listing of groups and services for parenting support offered in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark.

  • Getting Ready for Parenting

    A workbook to get you thinking through the idea of parenting before you even become pregnant, or, if you’re already expecting a baby, it will help you prepare for your journey into parenthood. (Prenatal Class Outlines adapted with permission by the Best Start Resource Centre.)

  • Canada Learning Bond

    The Government of Canada can help you save in a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP). The Canada Learning Bond is $500 to help you start to save now for your child's education. Your child could get $100 every year until he or she turns 15 years of age to a maximum of $2000. This money can be used for full-time or part-time studies in: apprenticeship programs; CEGEPs; colleges; trade schools; or universities. Your child is eligible to receive the Canada Learning Bond if: he or she was born after December 31, 2003; and you receive the National Child Benefit Supplement under the Canada Child Tax Benefit.

    To register in Leeds and Grenville: www.StartMyRESP.ca/LeedsGrenville

    or in Lanark: www.CanLearn.ca

    or call: 1-800-622-6232

 

 

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Emotional Health

Perinatal Mood disorder or Postpartum Depression (PPD) is defined as depression occurring during pregnancy or within the first year following childbirth. The most common risk factors include:

  • Depression or anxiety during pregnancy
  • Family history of a mood disorder
  • Previous history of depression or other mood disorder
  • Stressful life event
  • Lack of social support.

Some signs and symptoms may include:

  • Being sad or tearful
  • Feeling exhausted but unable to sleep
  • Changes in eating or sleeping pattern
  • Feeling overwhelmed, hopeless, frustrated, anxious, restless, irritable or angry

It is important that woman seek help by talking to their health care provider, contacting a public health nurse, obtaining counselling, joining a support group or considering medication. Practicing self-care by resting, eating well and getting exercise are also important.

For more information or support, please contact the Health Unit at 1-800-660-5853.

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