Health & Safety information and resources for children
Baby First AidCLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEB SITE
Baby cpr, baby choking, baby fevers, falls and drops. We teach you everything you need to know. Taught by Police Officers, Air ambulance personal and Parents you will learn what to do in an emergency. We are the only company in Canada that focuses on babies and children. learn from the pros.
Canadian Health NetworkCLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEB SITE
The Canadian Health Network (CHN) is a national, bilingual health promotion program. It goal is to help Canadians find the information they're looking for on how to stay healthy and prevent disease. The CHN does this through a unique collaboration which includes the Public Health Agency of Canada, Health Canada and national and provincial/territorial non-profit organizations, as well as universities, hospitals, libraries and community organizations.
Caring For KidsCLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEB SITE
Caring for Kids provides parents with information about their child's health and well-being. Because the site is developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society - the voice of Canada's more than 2,000 paediatricians - you can be sure the information is reliable. It has more than 150 documents on topics such as newborn health, nutrition and healthy eating, childhood illnesses, behaviour and development, safety and injury prevention, and immunization.
Doggone SafeCLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEB SITE
Doggone Safe is a non-profit organization dedicated to dog bite prevention through education and dog bite victim support. The website offers free downloads and information for parents, children and dog owners as well as a selection of products including the Doggone Crazy! board game, Clicker Puppy training DVD and the Be a Tree teacher kit.
Emergency Response TrainingCLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEB SITE
ERT - Emergency Response Training offers a Baby/Child CPR & First Aid training workshops in-home or at one of our convenient public locations across the GTA found at www.ert-cpr.com - register now page. This fun, informative course consists of New Red Cross Standards, runs approximately 2 hours in length and finishes when participants feel confident with their CPR & First aid skills.
Immunization & VaccinesCLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEB SITE
Access the National Advisory Committee's Recommended Immunization Schedule for Infants, Children and Youth. This information and more can be found on the Public Health Agency of Canada website.
(The Public Health Agency of Canada is not affiliated with, and does not necessarily support nor endorse, The Parent Link)
MotheriskCLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEB SITE
Visit Motherisk, your source for evidence-based information about the risk or safety of drugs, chemicals, disease and other exposures during pregnancy and lactation.
Phone: (416) 813-6780 - Motherisk's Home Line for general exposures during pregnancy and lactation.
For more specific concerns phone:
1-877-327-4636 - Alcohol and Substance
1-800-436-8477 - Nausea and Vomiting
1-888-246-5840 - HIV and HIV Treatment
Telehealth Ontario is a free, confidential telephone service you can call to get health advice or general health information from a Registered Nurse. Telehealth Ontario is provided in English and French, with translation support for over 110 other languages and a direct TTY number for those with hearing and speech difficulties. A call to Telehealth Ontario does not replace 911 - that's always the first number you should call in emergency situations.
(Provided with the permission of Telehealth Ontario. Telehealth Ontario is not affiliated with, and does not necessarily support nor endorse, The Parent Link)
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