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The Canadian government has unveiled a fresh resource for families in the form of an updated postpartum guide.


The Public Health Agency of Canada has released a comprehensive guide titled “Your Guide to Postpartum Health and Caring for Your Baby.” The guide aims to provide parents and families with information and resources on various aspects of postpartum care, including physical and mental health, family health, nutrition, breastfeeding, and pregnancy and infant loss. It is part of a series of publications focused on maternal and newborn health. The guide emphasizes the importance of adopting and maintaining healthy behaviors during pregnancy and the postpartum period for the long-term health and well-being of the whole family. The Public Health Agency of Canada collaborates with provinces, territories, and community-based organizations to support parents and families through programs like the Community Action Program for Children and the Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program. The guide can be ordered for free online, and it is recommended for all new parents


Canada, P. H. A. of. (2023, June 1). The Government of Canada releases new postpartum guide for Families. 

PSW (Personal Support Worker)

Our PSW provides direct care and support to individuals who have physical, cognitive, or mental health challenges. They assist individuals with their daily living activities and promoting their overall well-being.


Here are some of the service our PSW offer:


  1. Personal Care: Our PSWs help with personal hygiene tasks such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and toileting. They may also assist with mobility and positioning, including transferring individuals from beds to wheelchairs.


  1. Medication Assistance: Our PSWs may remind individuals to take their medications at the appropriate times.


  1. Meal Preparation: Our PSWs may assist with meal planning and preparation, ensuring that individuals receive proper nutrition. They may also help with feeding if necessary.


  1. Household Support: Our PSWs may perform light housekeeping duties such as cleaning, laundry, and tidying up the living space of the individual they are caring for.


  1. Emotional Support: Our PSWs provide companionship and emotional support to individuals, offering a listening ear and engaging in conversations to promote social interaction and mental well-being

DSW (Developmental Service Worker)

Our DSWs support individuals with developmental disabilities in various aspects of their lives.Their primary role is to provide assistance, guidance, and care to individuals with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, or other developmental challenges.


Here are some of the service our DSW offer:


  1. Personal Support: Our DSWs help individuals with daily living activities, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and meal preparation. They may also assist with mobility, medication management, and personal hygiene.


  1. Skill Development: Our DSWs work closely with individuals to develop and enhance their independent living skills. This may involve teaching communication skills, money management, social skills, and household chores. They create individualized plans and implement strategies to promote personal growth and independence.


  1. Emotional and Behavioral Support: Our DSWs provide emotional support and help individuals manage their emotions and behaviors. They may implement behavior intervention strategies, teach coping mechanisms, and support individuals during challenging situations.


  1. Community Integration: Our DSWs assist individuals in participating in community activities, such as recreational programs, social events, and educational opportunities. They facilitate community inclusion, promote social interactions, and help individuals develop meaningful relationships.


  1. Advocacy: Our DSWs advocate for the rights and needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. They ensure individuals have access to appropriate services, resources, and support systems. Our DSWs may collaborate with families, healthcare professionals, and community organizations to advocate for improved services and inclusion.


  1. Documentation and Reporting: Our DSWs maintain accurate and detailed records of their interactions, observations, and progress made by individuals. They document any significant incidents, changes in behavior, or developments in skills. This information is essential for monitoring progress and planning future support strategies.


  1. Collaborative Teamwork: Our DSWs often work as part of a multidisciplinary team, including psychologists, social workers, nurses, and educators. They collaborate with team members to develop and implement comprehensive care plans, share information, and provide input on individual progress and needs.

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Who are H&H Family Care Support

H & H Family Care Support Services provides customized home care with a dedicated, personal, and consistent staff that supports your family needs. HHFC is committed to working with the highest standards and practice in accordance with federal and provincial legislation and general guidelines.

Does H&H Family Care offer Night Services?

We offer Night Care to New Mothers and we Create time for our new mothers

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