At home with baby
You are offered a post-natal follow-up after the birth of your child.
A CLSC nurse will contact you within 48 to 72 hours after you have left the hospital to schedule a meeting at your home.
During the first visit, the nurse will assess your health status and that of your baby. She can also answer your questions and those of your spouse to facilitate your adaptation to your new role as parents.
The nurse will offer a follow-up that is adapted to both your needs and those of your baby by referring you to the appropriate sites for the following services:
- breastfeeding support
- advice on your child's development
- advice on caring for and feeding your baby
- referrals for a psychosocial intervention
- referrals to community resources
You can receive help or assistance at any time by calling: Info-Santé 811
Health care professionals answer the questions of the parents of children aged 0 to 2 years.
Come and talk to other parents who are sharing similar experiences!
- consultations with health care professionals
- information on neonatal care, sleeping, crying, nutrition and feeding, or any other concern you may have
- breastfeeding support and counselling
- growth monitoring and child development
- referrals to other resources
> Consult the folder (French)
Resources on site
- perinatal nurses
- breastfeeding consultant
- specialized educator
- Wednesday afternoons from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Free of charge. No appointment necessary.
- Open to all family members | 52 weeks per year.
Similar activities are held elsewhere in Estrie. Consult your CLSC.
- 500 Murray Street, Room 0111, Sherbrooke (to the screening centre)
Read From Tiny Tot to Toddler: A practical guide for parents from pregnancy to age two. It contains answers to questions many parents have and is also used as a reference by health care providers.
Breastfeeding resources in Estrie (French)