Online Prenatal Program
We offer a free online prenatal program at Public Health Sudbury & Districts. This self-directed program can be completed at your own pace, from the comfort of your own home, on a variety of devices.
This online program will teach you about:
- your pregnancy
- healthy lifestyles during pregnancy
- the first hours after birth
- feeding your baby
- life with your new baby
- keeping your baby safe
- community resources
You can contact our Health Information Line if you have any questions about your pregnancy or the content covered in this program at 705.522.9200, ext. 342.
How to register
Fill out the form below to access our online prenatal program. Once you submit your information, you will receive a link to the program.
If you have any difficulties filling or submitting this form, please call us at 705.522.9200, ext. 594 (toll-free at 1.866.522.9200) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Complete this program in one sitting or at your own pace.
- To resume where you left off, you must continue the program on the same device.
- Make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off.
- An email will be sent to you with the link to the program for future reference.
- Check your junk mail folders if you do not receive this email.
- Bookmark the program link for easy access at any time.
To complete this class, you will require:
- speakers or earphones
- computer, tablet or smart phone
- Internet connection (WiFi or data)
If you have difficulties accessing this program, please call us at 705.522.9200, ext. 594 (toll-free at 1.866.522.9200) or email email@example.com.
- The information in the online prenatal program is for information purposes only and does not replace medical advice.
- If you are experiencing any unusual symptoms, pain or vaginal bleeding, call your health care provider immediately, go to the nearest emergency department, or call 911 for help.
If you are delivering your baby in Sudbury, you may be interested in taking a virtual tour of the Health Sciences North Birthing Centre.
Other hospitals that have birthing centers include:
- Espanola Regional Hospital
- Timmins and District Hospital (for Chapleau and area)
- Manitoulin Health Centre
If you are under midwifery care, discuss with your midwife about the possibility of a home, clinic or hospital birth.
This item was last modified on August 8, 2019