Blue Heron Midwives is looking to recruit 3 or 4 people to help with child minding during the workshops. There is research funding which can pay $20/hour, although volunteers would also be welcomed, making the research dollars go further. We would like one person to have a credential such as ECE or elementary teacher, and the rest can be helpers.
The first two workshops are Feb 10 and Apr 20 and run 9-5. Please contact via email if interested: firstname.lastname@example.org
At the end of last year Janis Herold RM decided to leave Blue Heron Midwives. We are sad to see Janis go and we would like to wish her best of luck in all her future endeavors.
We would like to officially welcome Kaitlin Mortley RM to Blue Heron Midwives. We are pleased and excited to have Kaitlin join our practice. You can look forward to meeting her and your other 5 midwives at your prenatal visits.
MONDAY DECEMBER 23 OPEN 9:00AM TO 2:OO PM
TUESDAY DECEMBER 24 OPEN 9:00AM TO 11:30AM
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 25- CLOSED
THURSDAY DECEMBER 26- CLOSED
FRIDAY DECEMBER 27 OPEN 9:00AM TO 12:00PM
MONDAY DECEMBER 30 OPEN 9:00AM TO 2:00 PM
TUESDAY DECEMBER 31 OPEN 9:00AM TO 12:00PM
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1 CLOSED
THURSDAY JANUARY 2 OPEN 9:00AM TO 12:00PM
FRIDAY JANUARY 3 OPEN 9:00AM TO 12:00PM
Are you considering whether or not to continue SSRI’s during pregnancy? Here is an aid to help women make a personalized decision as part of a research study at Women’s College Research Institute which is actively recruiting participants.
If local schools are closed to due weather conditions, our clinic may also be closed. Please call the office to see if we are open. We will leave a message on the answering machine, Facebook and Twitter.
All current and former clients of all four KW midwifery practices are invited to celebrate 25 years of midwifery in our community! Come visit with midwives and clients and enjoy light snacks and refreshments, plus activities for the kids. Located at Waterloo Park Picnic Area #1. Please bring a chair or something to sit on. See you there, rain of shine!
Potential adverse effects associated with cannabis use during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
Legal doesn’t mean safe-click on the following links for more information.
Pregnancy Info regarding use of cannabis
Times have changed
Not just a herb
Increased Pertusis with recent death of infant in Waterloo region.
For more information on pertusis ,click on the link below
This article in The Record by Dr. Jennifer Schnarr, obstetrician/gynecologist and Dr. Theresa Liu, infectious diseases specialist, highlights the potential risks of “Babymoons” .