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Health Tips for Fall

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Immunization Reporting

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    Healthy Babies, Healthy Children

    The Healthy Babies Healthy Children program is a free, voluntary home visiting program for families, from pregnancy until the child goes to school. The program supports pregnant moms, their partners, and their families.

    Well Baby & Breastfeeding Drop-Ins

    Public Health Nurses facilitate free drop-in programs, in partnership with local EarlyON centres.

    Parents and caregivers of infants and toddlers are all welcome. It is an opportunity to connect with other families EarlyON staff and talk to a Public Health Nurse

    For more info, including clinic times and locations, please visit Well Baby Clinics 

    Prenatal Classes

    The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit offers a combination of in-person and online prenatal classes.

    For more information about classes, including dates and fees, please visit Prenatal Classes.

    Healthy Lunches

    School Health

    Your School Health Team works with students, parents, staff, school boards and community agencies to protect and promote healthy schools.


    Ticks remain active into the fall, so take care and check yourself and your pets if you go hiking, hunting, or raking leaves in your yard.

    Water Testing

    With fall's arrival, it's a good reminder that if you get water from a well or cistern, you must test your water seasonally. Free water sample kits for bacteria testing are available from the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit. For more info, visit Water Testing — HNHU.