Midwifery Care & Normal Birth-Canadia Association of Midwives
How to contact your midwife using the pager
How to contact your midwife for urgent concerns.... Read more...
TO CONTACT YOUR MIDWIFE FOR URGENT CONCERNS or IN LABOUR: be prepared to give the following information to the answering service:
YOUR FIRST AND...
Midwifery Education Program
Important Information to Post by Your Phone
Fill in this information and keep it handy. This information should be posted by the phone or somewhere visible and is intended for use in case of an emergency and/or when you go into labour. Read more...
Emergency ~ 911...
A Guide To Eating Fish For Women, Children and Families
Food For All
Food in Peterborough.ca - Need Food - Takes Planning links
La Leche League Canada
Call Your Midwife If.....
Call Your Midwife If….
Please contact us if you experience any of the following symptoms or any time that you have concerns. There are many aches and pains that are normal in pregnancy, so what... Read more...
AOM-Group B Streptococcus
Monitoring your baby's movements during pregnancy
You will usually start to feel your baby move at around 20 to 22 weeks of pregnancy. For some women, their placenta is situated towards the front of their uterus and this may make the baby’s movements harder to feel... Read more...
Supplements and Herbal Teas in Pregnancy
Live Free from Abuse
YWCA Peterborough Live Free search results
YWCA Peterborough Abuse search results Read more...
Circumcision: Information for parents
Safe Mother, Safe Baby Buckle up
Choice of Birthplace
The Facts about Home Birth in Ontario
Ontario Midwives Choice of Birthplace
Suggested Supplies for a Home Birth
Suggested Supplies for a Hospital Birth
Suggested Supplies for a Clinic Birth
The Win Win Birth Plan by Penny Simpkin
10 Valuable Tips for Successful Breastfeeding
Government of Canada - Ten Valuable Tips for Successful Breastfeeding Read more...
How to Collect and Store Breast Milk
Grandparents: Providing Support to the Breastfeeding Relationship
Newborn Registration Service
Service Ontario - Register a birth (new baby)
When Should I Contact The Midwife
How can you be sure the baby is getting enough milk?
Take the car seat YES Test
Are you and your baby safe?
Parent Resources in the Community
Birth Control Options
Sexuality and you
Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada