This comprehensive website brought to us by The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada covers a wealth of information on the journey from pre-conception all the way to the postpartum period.
Spinning babies offers information about steps pregnant women can take to increase the likelihood of an easier birth by improving fetal positioning. You can do these daily activities to help your little one into an optimum position.
This podcast looks through two lenses: 1) that of new parents & their experiences and 2) bringing information to us from pregnancy, birth & postpartum experts. 1) It aims at building your trust of your own parenting instincts and 2) it brings you great, evidenced-based information so that you can be informed!
Ottawa Breastfeeds was created to help provide Ottawa and regional families with easy access to information about the many sources of breastfeeding support. It also serves to enhance a breastfeeding friendly community by providing breastfeeding curriculum for teachers, information for businesses to support breastfeeding mothers, and information for breastfeeding mothers regarding a supportive workplace.
This website is a culmination of evidence-based information on breastfeeding and parenting created by Kelly Bonyata, mother to three children and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC).
This is the official website for the Newman Breastfeeding Clinic which provides reliable and well-researched information based on 34 years of Dr. Jack Newman’s leadership, experience and our evidence-based practice. They offer real, practical breastfeeding help.
In this video, you can learn about the benefits of baby-led latching or laid back nursing. This method of breastfeeding initiation has been found to be much easier on both mom & baby and allows for a much more intuitive process to occur.
This video helps mothers to understand techniques and the importance of breastfeeding by cutting through some of the contradictory information that often makes breastfeeding so confusing and difficult.
e-MentalHealth has pulled together some amazing information + a list of great resources both local to Ottawa & in the form of books and online resources… all in one place!
Three Infant Sleep Educators in the Ottawa area banded together to bring us this website filled with easy to find information on normal newborn (and toddler) sleep patterns for expectant and new parents.
In this podcast episode, you’ll be walked through 8 stages that can be expected by couples as they transition into being a parenting duo. This is fantastic information to help you feel more prepared, or to better deal with, this very transformative time in your lives together as a growing family.