Printable Health Resources for You and Your Children

bye bye bottlePost by Helena Zhu, Women Students Program Assistant at Access & Diversity

How much screen time should your little one(s) receive? Should you speak English or your first language with your child(ren)? These are questions that Vancouver Coastal Health can help you answer.

VCH has a catalogue of health education materials that you can read online or print at home. You can find a reference sheet on helping your 1-to-3-year-old stop using a bottle above as an example. Most of them only take up a letter-size paper or double-sided on a letter-size paper, which you can then put up on the fridge or a bulletin board for reference.

The resources catalogue includes information for children of all ages, women’s health, LGBT2S health, among other topics. The printable materials also come in a variety of languages, including English, Chinese, Punjabi, Spanish, Vietnamese, Farsi, and Korean. You can find all the printable resources at http://vch.eduhealth.ca/.

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