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haltonparents for parents with kids of all ages in halton region, on skip to content homeabout our blog ← older posts help my little one is sick! do i need to call the doctor? posted on august 8, 2017 by tara johnston rn it can be tricky at times to know what was going on with our baby or toddler when they are not feeling well. when my kids were little, it felt like a mystery to me. were they teething? was it an ear infection? or maybe the flu or a cold? why do they have a fever? what could this rash mean? now that my kids are school-aged, it is a whole lot easier as they can tell me how they are feeling and explain what they need. i now receive calls from my siblings about their little ones. i’m thrilled i get to enjoy them as an aunt. it’s like a gift. but that call when they aren’t feeling well still stumps me at times. i proudly enjoy the calls as the experienced oldest sister (and they like that i happen to be a nurse). is it really always that clear? i think not! here is where i go to get some answers… our haltonparents website! i go to the illness and when to call the healthcare provider page.  it has information on when to see a healthcare provider, fever, what to watch for in your baby and why babies cry. it’s all about having the resources at your finger tips. i hope they help! my biggest tip is… listen to your instincts! you know your baby best! call your healthcare provider if you are concerned. it will be up to your healthcare provider to see your baby and diagnose the problem. if your baby is ill, and your healthcare provider is not available, seek medical care at your nearest walk-in clinic or hospital emergency. a great phone number to have is telehealth ontario: 1-866-797-0000, especially in the middle of the night when you are wondering what to do. in a medical emergency call 911. if you have any questions about your child or have any tips to share, connect with us: leave us a comment below tweet with us @haltonparents follow us on facebook email us at haltonparents@halton.ca for parenting information or to speak with a public health nurse (every monday to friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) simply dial 311 or 905-825-6000. share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in babies, grandparents, parenting, physical health, preschoolers, school-aged children, toddlers | tagged call doctor, fever, sick baby, sick toddler, what to do | 2 comments through loss we grow posted on july 26, 2017 by nicole o'donnell, rn my father-in-law recently died. his diagnosis 4 years ago had hit me like a punch to the stomach. at that moment my mind jumped immediately to the end of his life and inside i panicked. my very happy childhood had been peppered with the illnesses and deaths of family members and family friends. our home was filled with pets whose life spans had varied in length. each passing left me in despair. everyone handles grief in their own way and my overwhelming instinct is to run away from it. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in mental health, parenting, preschool, preschoolers, school-aged children, stress, teens | tagged death, death in the family, emotional health, families, family, grief, mental health, parenting, prepare, stress, support, teens | leave a comment granola bars more than a dressed up cookie? posted on july 12, 2017 by carolyn wilkie, rn there are many appealing things about store-bought granola bars; they’re convenient, portable, kid friendly and don’t require refrigeration. perfect to compliment the lunch bag void, and for those grab-and-go moments. sold, too easy right? but darn, sometimes “too easy” is for a reason. after chatting with our resident haltonparents registered dietitian i am starting to re-think my buying habits. most prepackaged granola bars have evolved in a big way since their basic beginnings. today’s store bought bars are often dipped in chocolate or yogurt-type coatings and include ingredients like chocolate chips and gooey marshmallows. definitely delicious, but this snack evolution hasn’t happened in our favour, especially for a country that struggles with childhood obesity. too much sugar, salt and fat can make these snacks no better than eating a store-bought cookie. arghh! continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in parenting, physical health | tagged granola bars, healthy eating, healthy granola bars, kids snacks, nutrition facts and granola bars, nutrition label reading | leave a comment how to help your child cope with vaccinations posted on june 28, 2017 by andrea scott rn it was time for booster shots (cue doomsday music). my daughter was 5 years old and right at that age where many kids tend to have a well-established fear of needles. i remember learning in nursing school that kids of this age have a need to keep their bodies “intact” and the idea of a needle penetrating their skin can be terrifying, not to mention fear of pain. continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in parenting, physical health, school-aged children | tagged booster, booster shot, cope, fear, immunization, needles, shot, vaccination, young child | leave a comment how to make moving easier for the kids posted on june 13, 2017 by tara johnston rn so we are moving again.  it seems like every few years we get the itch to switch things up but this time we are moving to a new town.  i worry about how this move will affect my three children who are now twelve years old (twins) and fourteen years old.  i guess time will tell.  it’s hard for me to know how they will adjust because i never had to go through this as a kid; both my husband and i grew up in one house.  no moving! my kids will finish the school year off at their current school and then we will make the move.  i ask myself: will they be okay? will they make new friends? is this best for them? continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in parenting, school-aged children, teens, tweens | tagged buy house, how to cope, move, moving, moving stress, moving with kids, moving with teens, sell house, stress | 2 comments “that was easy!” reporting your child’s immunizations posted on may 30, 2017 by andrea scott rn my daughter got her booster shots recently, and it’s been on my mind, i’ve got to report these to the health department. somewhere in the middle of laundry, groceries, working and, oh right, taking care of my kids, i need to figure out how to tell the health department – where i work – that my daughter is up to date on her vaccinations. lucky for me, the health department has been promoting their new online reporting of immunizations, so i figured, let’s do this. i’ve got time right now. then i remembered i have the halton region app! (what do you mean you don’t? go to your app store and get it for free!) continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in parenting, physical health, preschoolers, school-aged children | tagged booster, booster shot, booster shots, health department, how to report, immunization, immunization record, vaccination | 2 comments questions about puberty? no need to panic! posted on may 17, 2017 by nicole o'donnell, rn is there anyone out there who looks forward to talking to their kids about puberty? if so, i’d like to meet them. i’ve never wanted to talk about puberty, not when i was approaching it, going through it or finished it. i definitely did not look forward to discussing it as a parent. i was working as a public health nurse in our school years program when i was asked to co-facilitate a grade 5 puberty class. eek! continue reading → share this:shareprinttweetemaillike this:like loading... posted in learning, parenting, school health, school-aged children, stress, temperament | tagged child development, puberty, sexual health, sexuality, transition, tweens | 2 comments ← older posts search for: follow blog via email please enter your email address to follow our blog and receive messages when we've posted something new! join 390 other followers follow haltonparents on wordpress.com haltonparents on facebook haltonparents on facebook follow us on twittermy tweetshaltonparents links halton parents website haltonparents facebook haltonparents twitter recent posts help my little one is sick! do i need to call the doctor? 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