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The Clinton County Newborn Postpartum Program

Congratulations on the arrival of your new baby! 

The Clinton County Health Department routinely contacts new parents in Clinton County.

Postpartum

This is a free service, and we would love to make a home visit, weigh your baby and discuss any concerns or questions you have.Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting times of life, and also one of the most stressful. As your little one becomes a part of your family, questions will come up about everything from feeding to sleeping to the safety of your newborn. Who do you turn to for answers?


Some Topics You May Want To Discuss

Most parents of a new baby have many questions. We look forward to hearing yours, and making your adjustment to parenthood as smooth as possible. Some areas that you may have questions or concerns about are:

  • Breastfeeding
  • Bottle feeding
  • Shots/Immunizations
  • Development
  • Sleeping
  • When to call the doctor
  • Daycare
  • Safety
  • Family planning
  • General newborn care
  • Sibling adjustment
  • Regaining your energy

 

INFO BAR


Further Reading

Newborn Program Brochure

Breastfeeding

Safe Sleep

Tummy Time Video

Dr. Bergman - Skin to Skin

Child Care Coordinating Council of the North Country


Clinton County Health Department
Health Care Services Division
(518) 565-4848  

ATUPA

 

MENU
menu

The Clinton County Newborn Postpartum Program

Congratulations on the arrival of your new baby! 

The Clinton County Health Department routinely contacts new parents in Clinton County.

Postpartum

This is a free service, and we would love to make a home visit, weigh your baby and discuss any concerns or questions you have.Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting times of life, and also one of the most stressful. As your little one becomes a part of your family, questions will come up about everything from feeding to sleeping to the safety of your newborn. Who do you turn to for answers?


Some Topics You May Want To Discuss

Most parents of a new baby have many questions. We look forward to hearing yours, and making your adjustment to parenthood as smooth as possible. Some areas that you may have questions or concerns about are:

  • Breastfeeding
  • Bottle feeding
  • Shots/Immunizations
  • Development
  • Sleeping
  • When to call the doctor
  • Daycare
  • Safety
  • Family planning
  • General newborn care
  • Sibling adjustment
  • Regaining your energy

 

INFO BAR


Further Reading

Newborn Program Brochure

Breastfeeding

Safe Sleep

Tummy Time Video

Dr. Bergman - Skin to Skin

Child Care Coordinating Council of the North Country


Clinton County Health Department
Health Care Services Division
(518) 565-4848  

ATUPA