On Wednesday September 29th at 12pm, we invite you to take part in an unfiltered discussion on the postpartum period with Mommy Monitor's Maternal Health Navigator, Janet Randle. Learn about the symptoms parents may experience after childbirth, and have all of your burning questions answered! Don't miss out - register now!
Join us on Wednesday August 18th at 12pm for an unfiltered Q&A session on pregnancy and postpartum with Mommy Monitor's Maternal Health Navigator, Janet Randle! Janet is a perinatal registered nurse at the Ontario Fetal Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital and has over 20 years of obstetrical experience working in Canada, the United States and Liberia, West Africa. Black maternal health has always been a focal point in her practice.
Join Mommy Monitor EVERY SUNDAY in August for Samba Dance Lessons, hosted by Yara Vasconcelos, the owner of The Samba Connection!
Whether you are looking to stay active during pregnancy, after pregnancy, or in general, Samba Dancing is an incredible way to get fit while having fun! We are excited to have Yara leading us in these weekly dance classes, which are open to all who are interested in joining. Don't miss out - register now!
Mommy Monitor's Developmental Screener, Cheyenne Scarlett (MA ECS), will be facilitating a workshop on attachment and parenting styles! Join us on Friday July 16th at 12pm to learn about the different types of attachment styles that parents and children form, as well as the types of parenting styles and their benefits and limitations.
On Friday June 4th at 1pm, Mommy Monitor's pelvic floor physiotherapist, Andrea Meade (PT), will be holding an Instagram Live all about pelvic floor health and pelvic floor physiotherapy. Register now to receive event reminders, and to submit any questions you may have to Andrea before the Instagram Live!
Mommy Monitor's Developmental Screener, Cheyenne Scarlett (MA ECS), will be facilitating a Lunch and Learn for parents on challenging behaviours in children! Join us on Tuesday June 1st at 12pm to hear Cheyenne discuss strategies that you can use to prevent challenging behaviours in your children - and feel free to bring your lunch and eat as you learn!
Join us on April 15th at 6pm for our workshop on vaccinations and experiencing COVID-19 as a mother!
This workshop will be led our developmental screening worker, Cheyenne Scarlett, and registered nurse, Janet Randle! Hear the real life experience of having COVID-19 as a mother and learn what precautions can be taken from a clinician.
Join us on Wednesday April 14th for our online workshop on navigating stress during COVID-19!
This workshop will be facilitated by our clinical therapist: Tricia Cooper (MSW, RSW)! Tricia has worked for over 10 years supporting women, children and families seeking support for mental health issues and opportunities for growth. She will be leading the discussion on mental health and stress during COVID-19, and the tools that can be used to help get you through this next lock down.
Join us on April 11th (the first day of Black Maternal Health Week), for an online workshop on pelvic floor therapy!
This workshop will be facilitated by our registered physiotherapist specializing in pelvic health, Andrea Meade! Andrea completed her Physical Therapy degree at the University of Toronto, and Pelvic Health has been her area of focus since 2010. She provides skilled care for clients experiencing challenges related to physical function during pregnancy and postpartum, including bladder or bowel dysfunction, persistent pelvic pain, and sexual health issues.
On February 10th at 7pm, we will be providing parents with a chance to learn about developmental screening!
This session will be facilitated by our new Developmental Screening Support Worker - Cheyenne Scarlett (MA ECS)! Cheyenne is a recent master's graduate and a mom of 3. She is passionate about supporting families and helping them feel more confident in their abilities. She also has a special interest in childbirth and improving the childbirth experience. Cheyenne works from a trauma-informed and person-centered lens.