Our Healthy Beginnings Educator provides a variety of programs and supports for new parents and their infants. Staffed with a qualified Early Childhood Educators along with our Healthy Beginnings Educator, parents can get questions answered regarding a number of new parent and infant issues. Information will be provided on infant feeding, soothing, bathing, diaper changing and much more.
Breastfeeding Support is always available to through our Healthy Beginnings Educator, J. Veenstra. To contact Joanne, contact The HUB at 613-476-8142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional staffing is available to foster and promote the inclusion of children 0-12 years with special needs in licensed community child care settings.
Public Health, in partnership with us, offers prenatal education consisting of 2 sessions. Sessions cover Breastfeeding and Preparation for Parenting. Sessions are hosted at The HUB a couple of times a year. Check out the schedule for upcoming sessions.
Public Health also offers a prenatal e-learning program that covers healthy pregnancy, labour and delivery, breastfeeding, your new baby and community resources.
To register for these classes and for more information go to Hastings Prince Edward Public Health.
A program offered to teen parents and their babies held in the basement of the United Church in Picton. Parents gain knowledge regarding services in their community. Baby care resources provided as well. Family Health Team nurse, Resource Consultants, Infant Development and Early Childhood Educators are available weekly.
This group is offered for graduates of the Babies and Beyond program. Parents participate in a parent group and receive information regarding local resources and programs as well as child development.
This program is offered to a young parents and children. Parent’s will gain knowledge about nutritious food purchasing, preparation and storage. The program is offered monthly and every family takes home a Good Food Box provided through the Community Development Council.