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Pregnancy and Parenting

Pregnancy and Parenting

Find resources about pregnancy, parenting and how to raise healthy children.

Pregnancy is a time of change and learning. In this section, you will find many resources to help you prepare. You will also find resources about parenting children and how to ensure they develop healthy habits. Learn more on this page.

Planning Your Pregnancy

If you are planning to get pregnant, you’ll want to make sure you are as healthy as possible. Learn more about Planning Your Pregnancy.


You may have questions about what to expect and how to prepare for your baby's arrival. Learn more about what to expect during pregnancy, in this section.

Labour & Birth

Learn tips that can help you prepare for every stage of your labour journey. Learn more about Labour and Birth.

Parenting Babies (0-12 Months)

Learn more about your baby’s needs and how to care for them in the first 12 months. Find out more about Parenting Babies (0-12 Months).

Parenting Toddlers (12-35 Months)

In this section, learn more information to help you make the most of every aspect of your toddler’s growth and development between 12 and 36 months. Find out more about Parenting Toddlers (12-35 Months).

Parenting Preschoolers (3-5 Years)

Learn ways that you can nurture your child’s development and help build your relationship with them. Find out more about Parenting Preschoolers (3-5 Years).

Parenting School-Age Children (6-11 Years)

In this section, learn more about parenting school-age children. This includes information about your child’s development, how to nurture their self-esteem and provide them with communication skills. 

Parenting Teens (12-18 Years)

Teens go through many emotional and physical changes as they enter adolescence. Learn about parenting teens and how to support them, in this section.

Parenting Young Adults (19 years and over)

You can help guide your child towards healthy behaviours and making informed decisions. Learn about Parenting Young Adults (19 Years and Over).

Keeping Your Child Safe

Children don’t always recognize hazards and dangerous situations. Take extra steps to keep them safe. Learn more about Keeping Your Child Safe.

Relationships and Emotional Health

Strong family and social relationships can make your child feel loved and secure. In this section, learn more about Relationships and Emotional Health.

Healthy Habits for a Healthy Life

Learn about developing healthy habits for a healthy life for all age groups, from infants to growing children.

Children and Illness

Your child may have a health condition that needs special care in a hospital or at home. Learn more about caring for your child when they are ill.

Last Updated: June 2021