Congratulations on your pregnancy! This can be a joyous yet overwhelming time for you. You are probably thinking about the many physical changes happening to your body and what's going to come next. Prenatal programs can help answer your questions. Prenatal programs can provide information on: labour and birth prenatal care and services how to… Continue reading Canada’s Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP)
What is labour? And how do I know if I'm in labour? These are the two most common questions that I've been asked by pregnant individuals during the Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP). Preparing for labour and birth is an important step during your pregnancy. Prenatal education can help you and your support person make… Continue reading Labour: What is it & where to learn more?
If you're pregnant and new to Canada, the Canadian Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) may be just right for you! Sarah Aldous, a Public Health Nurse who works in one of the many CPNP programs in Toronto, shares her thoughts below on why she thinks you should join. I help facilitate one of the 36 Toronto… Continue reading Pregnant and new to Canada? Join CPNP for free
A CPNP or a Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program, is a national prenatal program available to pregnant individuals and families who qualify. In Toronto, there are over 30 programs that run across the City each week. I work with a team of Registered Dietitians and Nurses to support pregnant families that attend these programs in making… Continue reading Pregnant and want to know how and what to eat? Attend a CPNP
Finding out that you're pregnant can make you feel many different things: happy, excited or even confused, especially as you read more about what to expect. How do you know you're making the best decisions about your health or your baby's health? There are so many sources of information available (websites, phone apps, forums), who… Continue reading 5 Reasons to attend a Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program