Join us on May 10 for our next birth info session. These sessions, led by a midwife from our practice, focus on what care with a midwife looks like, birth place options, and include a display of the equipment that midwives bring to a home birth. If you are in our care and are trying to decide where to give birth, this is a valuable few hours to find out more. This session is for Blue Heron clients only but we do need you to pre-register by emailing or calling the clinic.
Please note that our office will be closed on Monday September 4 for Labour Day. We will reopen Tuesday September 5 for regular office hours.
Have a safe and happy weekend!
The Roots of Empathy program is looking for a few more babies to be part of this enriching program for children. You would be visiting the same classroom once a month for the school year and sharing your baby’s development the children. This program helps to reduce bullying within the school and increase children’s sense of empathy. It is an incredibly rewarding experience.
There is a Women’s Health Fair for Arabic-speaking newcomers
Wednesday March 29 @ 1:00-3:00pm
25 Joseph St., Kitchener, Parking available off of David Street
Come and learn more about various topics important for women:
Contraceptive Methods, Prenatal Care in Canada, Common Women’s Health Issues, Screening tests
*Interpreters & childcare provided*
Please share with any Arabic Newcomers that you know
الأربعاء 29 آذار / مارس من الساعة ١ – ٣ مساءاً
العنوان: ٢٥ شارع جوزيف في مدينة كيتشنر
موقف للسيارات متواجد في شارع ديفيد
تفضل وتعلم المزيد حول مواضيع مختلفة ذات اهمية للمراة:
وسائل منع الحمل
الرعاية قبل الولادة في كندا
القضايا الصحية الشائعة للمرأة
للقادمين الجدد الناطقين باللغة العربية
يتم توفير المترجمين الفوريين ورعاية الأطفال
There has been one locally reported case of Pertussis (Whooping Cough) in our region. Click on this LINK for more information on this infection and how to protect your infant.
From the SOGC:
Calling all Canadian women: Your voice can help shape health research.
Join us for this one-day forum that will bring together researchers, patients, clinicians, and policymakers to talk about key issues in women’s sexual and reproductive health and explore implications for health and health care.
Working together, we will identify research priorities and inform policymakers and care providers about tools and resources that are important to help empower Canadian women with knowledge about their reproductive health.
Have your say. Be heard.
Registration deadline: Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 www.womens_health_forum.eventbrite.ca