Toddlers need at least 180 minutes of physical activity at any intensity spread throughout the day that help develop movement skills.
The Let’s Grow resource is offered to all parents of children from newborn to five years to provide you with information about growth and development. Parents who subscribe will receive twelve free “Let’s Grow” issues.
If you are a parent or caregiver for a toddler or preschool child, use NutriSTEP as a fast and simple way to find out if your child is a healthy eater.
Healthy Babies Healthy Children provides free home visits by Public Health Nurses and Family Home Visitors to pregnant women and families with children not in school yet.
Whether you want a quick tip on how to handle a specific problem, or you want some ideas on how to promote your child's development, or you have more complex family issues, a registered nurse trained in Triple P can help meet your needs.
Immunization clinics offered in schools for Grade 7 to 12 students
Fill out a quick questionnaire to see if your child needs speech and language services.
Timmins, Ontario - Monday, July 31, 2017. The Porcupine Health Unit, in partnership with the Timmins Police, will be hosting a “Summer Bike Safety Blitz” on Wednesday, August 2 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Lions Club Park (McIntyre Community Centre Property) opposite the McIntyre Arena in Schumacher.
The Preschool Speech and Language Program provides services to children until their entry to Senior Kindergarten. Once they enter Senior Kindergarten, they will be helped by school-based services.
One or several intervention services may be offered to your child depending on your child's speech and language needs.