- Ready for School
Find tips to prepare your preschooler for school this fall.
- Rear Facing Car Seat (Infant - Child)
keep your child in a rear facing car seat as long as possible.
- Physical Activity and Play
Toddlers (ages 1-2) and Preschooler (ages 3-4) should have at least 180 minutes of physicial activity (play) throughout the day, with a variety of activities in different environments.
If you're a parent or caregiver of a child, use NutriSTEP as a fast and simple way to find out if your child is a healthy eater.
- Feeding your Preschooler
A parent's responsibility is to offer healthy foods and to decide when and where meals and snacks will be served.
- Early Child Development
One of the best parts of being a parent is watching your baby grow and develop. Your child's early development is important because it will influence their health, well-being, learning and behaviours throughout life.
- Everyday Concerns
It's normal to have everyday concerns. Learn about bedtime, mealtime, going out with your child, toilet teaching and hitting, biting and fighting.
- Triple P Classes
Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) is a comprehensive, evidence-based parenting program that supports families. Explore multiple strategies for parenting children and youth.
Call Health Connection to speak with a Public Health Nurse from the Middlesex-London Health Unit.
- 519-663-5317 ext. 2280
- Monday - Friday
- 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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