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?
Are you pregnant and living in Toronto? You may be thinking of attending a prenatal program, but may not have the time to go to in-person classes. Well, Toronto Public Health offers a variety of programs for expecting individuals and one of your options is Welcome to Parenting, our free online prenatal program. A recent… Continue reading Online prenatal program: Survey results
Connecting with other pregnant individuals is one of the main benefits of attending a prenatal program. So with this in mind, Public Health Nurse, Andrea Winzer, and nursing student, Michelle Aclan, spoke with Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) participant, Nadia Webster, to share her thoughts with you on how attending the program helped her during… Continue reading Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program: A participant’s perspective
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
Toronto Public Health offers pregnant individuals and their families a free online prenatal program. You can learn at your own pace from the comfort of wherever you choose. Why complete this free online prenatal program? There are 29 interactive classes that include video, audio, games and quizzes. Our prenatal program offers educational information and provides… Continue reading Online prenatal program: What’s it all about?
How do I lose the baby weight? That's the question I get asked most often when I first see a parent after their baby is born. More recently at a Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program, a new mother asked this exact thing. She wondered how she would ever lose the pregnancy weight if she wasn't expected… Continue reading Skip the fad diet to achieve a healthy weight after baby
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
What if you could access free reliable pregnancy information any time of day, and from anywhere you have an internet connection? Well, guess what? Toronto Public Health offers a free online prenatal program called Welcome to Parenting that is available to all families living in Toronto. About the program: This convenient and flexible program has… Continue reading Looking for an online prenatal program?
If you are having a baby, you may be thinking of going to a prenatal program. They are a great way to get ready for the birth of your new baby. Currently, 1 in 4 pregnant women in Ontario attend prenatal programs. You don't have to be a first time parent to benefit from these… Continue reading Top 3 reasons to attend a prenatal program