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The Peer Nutrition Program is a free nutrition education program for parents and caregivers of children six years old and under. The program works in collaboration with many community partners to promote and deliver their services.
The program is led by Registered Dietitians and Community Nutrition Educators who facilitate nutrition workshops, training, food skills activities, nutrition screening and nutritional risk assessment. The nutrition workshops are language and culturally specific and are offered city-wide. The program staff also provide food and nutrition training for child minders, nutrition consultations and workshops to community partners.
At the program, the participants may receive:food certificates/vouchers for healthy food,TTC tokens.Child minding is also offered.
Children deserve the best possible start in life. Toronto Public Health provides a number of programs and services that can help you make healthy choices if you are thinking of having a baby, are pregnant or raising child.
The City of Toronto has many services for seniors. Sometimes it can be hard to find information on these services. The Seniors Portal is an entry point to help streamline navigation to information most relevant to seniors, their family and caregivers.