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Building better pregnancy and early childhood care

By Mindo - 19th Dec 2018

NO REPRO FEE 6/12/2018 Pictured at the launch of mychild.ie, a new HSE pregnancy and child health website and set of three books for parents and parents-to-be is Minister for Health Simon Harris TD and little ones, from left, Holly McGrath (5) from Baldoyle, Dublin 13, Sadie Sheridan (3) and mom Pauline Sheridan from Clonee, Dublin 15, Cormac O’Brien (2) from Saggart, Co Dublin, Cillian McGrath (6 months) and Fiadh Ryan (3) from the Navan Road, Dublin 7. Mychild.ie is designed to be a one-stop-shop where parents can access accurate and trusted information and advice on pregnancy and all the way through the first three years of their child’s life. The website was launched alongside three new books for parents. The new ‘My Pregnancy’ book is a 224 page guide that will be given to pregnant women at their first antenatal appointment from early 2019. Parents will then receive the next books in sequence, ‘My Child: 0 to 2 years’ and ‘My Child: 2 to 5 years’, from their public health nurse. See mychild.ie for more information. PHOTO: Mark Stedman

Pictured at the launch of mychild.ie is Minister for Health Simon Harris and, from left, Holly McGrath (5) from Baldoyle, Dublin 13; Sadie Sheridan (3) and mum Pauline Sheridan from Clonee, Dublin 15; Cormac O’Brien (2) from Saggart, Co Dublin; Cillian McGrath (6 months); and Fiadh Ryan (3) from the Navan Road, Dublin 7. The website is designed to be a one-stop-shop where parents can access accurate information and advice on pregnancy and all the way through the first three years of their child’s life.

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