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Dinner and information for pregnant women and their partners.

An evening for first time pregnant women and their support partners. Following a light supper, the group will explore topics on how to prepare yourselves to welcome a baby. These include:

  • Mental health challenges pre and post natal and setting realistic expectations
  • Actual preparation – what do you really need to care for a baby
  • How will your dynamic change – honour all roles in the child’s life
  • Communication – managing expectations

Pre-Registration is required.

 

This program is for pregnant women and their partners only (no children please). 

Program topics will include healthy pregnancy, delivery and the care and nutrition of infants up to 12 months old. 

Supper will be served. 

Health for Two will meet Mondays, Oct. 16, Nov. 20, and Dec. 18th 2023 at the Family Connection Centre (5600 50th Street, Stony Plain) from 6 – 7:30pm. Come to one, or come to all!

Registration is required.

This program is for pregnant women and their partners only (no children please). 

Program topics will include healthy pregnancy, delivery and the care and nutrition of infants up to 12 months old. 

Supper will be served. 

Health for Two will meet Mondays, Oct. 16, Nov. 20, and Dec. 18th 2023 at the Family Connection Centre (5600 50th Street, Stony Plain) from 6 – 7:30pm. Come to one, or come to all!

Registration is required.

This program is for pregnant women and their partners only (no children please). 

Program topics will include healthy pregnancy, delivery and the care and nutrition of infants up to 12 months old. 

Supper will be served. 

Health for Two will meet Mondays, Oct. 16, Nov. 20, and Dec. 18th 2023 at the Family Connection Centre (5600 50th Street, Stony Plain) from 6 – 7:30pm. Come to one, or come to all!

Registration is required.

This program provides information and support for a healthy pregnancy. Following the Public Health Agency of Canada’s program guide, mothers receive pre-natal education, help with nutrition and links to community services and supports as needed. Participants can stay with the program until their child is one year of age. Registration is required as lunch is provided. Childcare is available with pre-registration.