Pre & Post Natal Services Saskatoon

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Pre Natal/ Pregnancy / Birth

Each series of classes provides information on pregnancy, labour and delivery, coping strategies, infant feeding, and postpartum adjustment. Classes include lectures, videos, and interactive participation facilitated by an experienced Registered Nurse. It is recommended to register early in your pregnancy as some classes fill up quickly. Ideally classes should be completed by 6 weeks before your due date. Women are encouraged to bring their partner, or other main support person with them to classes.

Prenatal Education – Saskatoon Health Region

Prenatal Massage, Pre/Post natal BodyTalk with Joanne Yanke, Prenatal Yoga with Joanne Yanke, Postnatal yoga with your baby, Prenatal Acupuncture, Acupuncture for Infertility

Inside Out Therapies

Education & Birth Support, Doulas, Emotional, Informational, Physical Supports

Birth Rhythms

Providing educational and social connections for the modern family before baby and beyond. Offering classes for Mom to Be, Mom and Baby, Mom and Baby Active, Mom and Tot, Mom and Tyke and Infant and Child Emergency Care

Mommy Connections Saskatoon

Prairie Lilly Birth Support

Royal University Hospital

This free orientation is held from 7-8:30pm at the Sasktel Theatre, Royal University Hospital on the following Tuesdays:

2016 October 4, December 6

2017 February 7, April 4, June 6, August 8, October 3, December 5

What to expect when you come to Royal University Hospital

What to Bring to the Hospital

Maternal and Newborn Care Unit Accommodations and Parking

Maternal and Newborn Care Unit

Midwifery

Midwifery is an important part of maternal services within Saskatoon Health Region.

Midwifery care is based on a respect for pregnancy as a state of health, and childbirth as a normal life process. Every child-bearing family has a right to a safe, satisfying maternity experience with respect for human dignity and cultural variety.

Saskatoon Health Region’s Midwifery Service

 

Nutrition

CHEP is collaborating with like minded organizations and advocating for public policy that ensures all infants have access to good food.  Please take a look at the following resources on Infant Nutrition and contact our dietician at (306) 655 – 4575 ext. 232

CHEP – Infant & Child Nutrition

Jaundice

Newborn Jaundice

 

Breast feeding

The Berry Breast provides pregnancy and parenting services support to women in Saskatoon and area.

The Berry Breast Support Saskatoon

Lactation Educators and mothers, Fred Berry and Martha Neovard, provide phone, web, and in person breastfeeding support.

Living Skies, Living Milk – Breastfeeding Support

It is staffed by International Board Certified Lactation Consultants.

Saskatoon Breastfeeding Center

Mom Groups

Mommy Connections introduces you to programs and services available within your community. Our classes provide a unique learning opportunity as well as a fun way to bond with your child and other moms in a social environment.

Mommy Connections Saskatoon

A place where Saskatoon parents can come to discover, share and grow. Its purpose is to provide up-to-date resources, activities and news impacting parents, caregivers and children in our city, and by doing so, empower, educate and enrich the lives of Saskatoon families.

Sask Mom

Postpartum / Depression/ Anxiety /Counseling

This program is provided by Saskatoon Health Region with support from Saskatoon Community Clinic.

 

Group and telephone support are offered.

If you are in need of support please call:

306-655-7777

Monday to Friday

8:00 am to 5:00 pm

The Postpartum Anxiety and Depression Program

 

PostpartumProgress.com has been recommended by the New York Times, Health.com, Parenting.com, Psych Central, Scholastic Parent & Child, Fit Pregnancy and many of the top clinicians specializing in postpartum depression and other perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, including the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Women’s Mental Health and the UNC Center for Women’s Mood Disorders.

Postpartum Progress

 

Family Service Saskatoon offers services and programming that serve to strengthen families; address violence and abuse; provide parenting support; and respond to the needs of both families in transition, and youth at risk. We strive to remove barriers to accessing quality services for those who might otherwise not be able to access them as a result of poverty, racism or discrimination. newly added Positive Parenting Support Groups

Family Service

Housing

Welcome Wagon Baby Programs

Fitness Pre & Post Natal

Fit Bump

Fit 4 Two

Saskatoon Leisure Guide

Family Entertainment

Movies for Mommies

Stars And Strollers

The Fun Factory

Fuddruckers

Clothing Boutiques

Ready Set Baby

Cravings

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo

What to Expect / Web Resources (not local)

Honest Company by Jessica Alba

What To Expect – Pregnancy

Pregnancy.com

Receive support and advice from the #1 global parenting resource. Getting pregnant, pregnancy, baby, toddler, preschooler and resources for you. Community groups, sleep, behavior, games & arts and crafts.

Baby Center

Pregnancy Calendar

Today’s Parent

Parents

 

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