Children’s after hours clinics

Do you want to find Children’s  after hours clinics in GTA?
Toronto
Children’s After Hours Clinic
235 Danforth Ave. Suite 100
(Danforth and Broadview)
416-461-3000
Monday to Friday 6 to 9 p.m.
Weekends/holidays 10 to 6p.m

Toronto
just for Kid’s Clinic
St.Joseph Health Centre Site
30 The Queensway
(Glendale Wing 1 floor)
416-530-6611
Monday to Friday 10 t0 8 p.m
Weekends/holidays 10 to 2 p.m

North York
children’s After Hours Clinic
1100 Sheepard Ave. Suite 100
416-250-5000
Monday to Friday 6 to 9 p.m
Weekends/holidays 10 to 2p.m

Etobicoke
Etobicoke Children’s
After Hours Clinic
33 Church St.
(Highway 27 and Humber College)
905-427-1445
Monday to Friday 5:30 to 6 p.m
Weekends 10 to noon

Mississauga
Trillium Kidz Clinic.
Trillium Health Cetre
100 the Queensway West
(Queensway and Hurontario)
905-848-7174
Monday to Friday 6 to 9:00 p.m
Weekends/holidays 2 to 5 p.m

Richmond Hill
Richmond Hill Children’s Clinic
250 Harding Blvd. suite 404
(Bathurst and Major Mackenzie)
905-737-9898
Monday to Friday 9 to 6 p.m
Weekends/holidays 9 to noon

Scarborough
Family Practice After Hours Clinic
3050 Lawrence Ave.E
(Lawrence and McCowan)
416-269-9266
Monday to Friday 5 to 8:30 P.m
Weekends/holidays 9 to 6:30 p.m

Scarborough
Centenary After Hours Clinic
Rouge Valley Health Systems
Centenary site
2867 Ellesmere
(Ellesmere and Neilson)
416-281-786-8618
Hours vary, please call

Ajax
Children’s After Hours Clinic
33 church St.
905-427-1445
Monday to Friday 5:30 to 8 p.m
Weekends 10 to noon

Parking at Toronto Hospital of SickKids

SickKids parking lot

SickKids has an underground lot below the Hospital (enter from Elm Street, between University Avenue and Elizabeth Street)

This lot only accepts cash!

Special rates are available. For one day visits, bring your parking ticket to your clinic to be stamped for a parent discount.

For bi-weekly and monthly discounts, bring your ticket and cash or credit payment to the Hospital’s Business Office.
Street parking

Please read the street parking signs carefully if you are parking near the Hospital. You are not allowed to park on any street before 9:30 a.m. or between 3:30 and 6:30 p.m.

Please do not park in the Emergency driveway or in the driveways off Gerrard Street, Elizabeth Street, or University Avenue. Cars will be ticketed and towed away.
Parking rates

Public

* Monday to Friday 7 a.m. to 7 a.m. $5.00 per half hour to a maximum of $30.00.
* Saturday Sunday and Holidays $2.50 per half hour to a maximum of $7.00.
* Monday to Sunday 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. $2.50 per half hour to a maximum of $7.00

Parents

Please bring your parking ticket to the clinic or ward to have it stamped for discount.

* Monday to Friday 7a.m. to 7 a.m. $5.00 per half hour to a maximum of $16.00.
* Saturday Sunday and holidays $2.50 per half hour to a maximum of $7.00.
* Monday to Sunday 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. $2.50 per half hour to a maximum of $7.00.

Parent Monthly parking permits are available in the business office beside Shoppers Drug Mart at $155 per month or $100 for two weeks.
(Prices effective June, 2010)
Parent two week and monthly parking instructions

* Enter the garage, obtain a parking ticket from the ticket automated dispenser and park your car
* If you are interested in obtaining the two-week or monthly pass please bring the parking ticket to the Business Office. The Business Office is located on the main floor of the Hospital, next to the Shoppers Drug Mart. The office hours are 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
* The parking ticket will now be programmed for either two weeks or one month, whichever is purchased.
o This ticket can now be used as a parking pass
o Enter and exit the parking garage, using this parking ticket
o Insert the parking ticket into the monthly card scanner, located at the parking garage entrance and exit. Always use this card to scan in and scan out.
o To obtain a proper read from the scanner, make sure the bar code on the ticket is facing up. It does not matter which end of the ticket is inserted as long as the bar code is facing up. Your programmed ticket will only let you out if it was scanned on the way in.
o Do not take a new parking ticket from the ticket dispenser upon entering.

All detail information please read Official site

Kids after hours clinic (toronto)

1.Danforth Clinic

235 Danforth Avenue,
Suite 100, Toronto, ON
M4K 1N2
Near Broadview Subway station

Phone:
(416) 461-3000

 
Hours: Weeknights
6 pm to 9 pm,
Sat, Sun & Holidays
10 am to 6 pm,

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2.Willowdale Clinic

1100 Sheppard Ave. East, Suite 100,
Toronto, ON
M2K 2W1
Near Leslie Subway Station

Phone:
(416) 250-5000

 

Hours:

*A NUMBER WILL BE GIVEN TO ALL REGISTERED PATIENTS*

Weeknights Registration opens at 6 pm, closes at ASSIGNED NUMBER before 8:45pm

Saturdays, Sundays and Stat Holidays – Registration opens at 10 am, closes at ASSIGNED NUMBER before 1:45 pm

 

Bad habit—–my daughter is biting her fingernails

     I noticed  My daughter had been biting her nails for 1 month, At first  I thought my daughter’s new teeth are coming, so I didn’t pay attention, until one day I talked  with my friend about my daughter’s bad habit. She told me she has been chewing her nails for at least forty years even she is old, a horrible habit. you have to stop her ! I was shocked! how can I stop my daughter to bite her fingernails?
    
    when I saw she chewed, I said: your hands have bugs, if you bite your fingers, you will have stomachache.”
it seems not work.  I thought of maybe there were some reasons? I noticed when I sent my daughter to the daycare (in the summer, some kids went to daycare was very late, my daughter always the first one) maybe she was nervous when she was alone at the daycare. so I changed sending time, and I asked her teacher to notice her: how often she bite her fingers. and I also sent my older son  to same daycare with my daughter . it worked! Her teacher told me : no more biting fingers.
     
    Here some tips (sorry I copy from here ):

    1.Explain to your child that people bite nails when they are scared or upset. Watch if he is biting his fingernails at certain times and places such as while learning new things or meeting new people. Encourage him to talk about what is bothering him to relieve stress.

   2.Try not to nag your child to quit nail biting if it is just a habit and not a sign of distress. The extra attention from you encourages her to continue the habit and your constant reminder makes her more nervous.

    3.Get into an agreement to reward your child if he abstains from biting his nails. It should be his conscious decision to overcome the habit for the deal to work. Give the child a gold star or a sticker to mark the bite free days and give a special treat at the end of the week.

   4.Use physical reminders to help you child break the habit like taping an adhesive bandage over her nails or painting them. Enhance consciousness about the appearance of their nails.
  
   5.Cut the child’s nails regularly and file them close. Children are naturally curious and restless. Frayed nails or rough edges prompt them to bite the nails making it a habit over time.

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    Try not to nag your child to quit nail biting if it is just a
    habit and not a sign of distress. The extra attention from you
    encourages her to continue the habit and your constant reminder makes
    her more nervous.

  • 3

    Get into an agreement to reward your child if he abstains
    from biting his nails. It should be his conscious decision to overcome
    the habit for the deal to work. Give the child a gold star or a sticker
    to mark the bite free days and give a special treat at the end of the week.

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    Use physical reminders to help you child break the habit like
    taping an adhesive bandage over her nails or painting them. Enhance
    consciousness about the appearance of their nails.

  • 5

    Cut the child’s nails regularly and file them close. Children
    are naturally curious and restless. Frayed nails or rough edges prompt
    them to bite the nails making it a habit over time.

  • How to make bath time fun for kids?

    Some kids like to take bath, some kids don’t like to bath. My daughter is two years old, recently she is very scary to take bath, you know she very liked to take bath before. But recently, when I took my daughter to the bath tub, she was very scary,she screamed, cried loudly and said:”I dont want to take bath!”

    I am really confused, I don’t know why, maybe I should not take her to the swimming pool when her brother took a swimming class, maybe she saw the deep water and felt scary?

    Later I decided to change some ways, when it is bath time , I said to my daughter:” It is splash time! “, I splash water with her in the tub and I put some toys in the tub, and I told a story about clear rubbit to her.  I saw she was exiting then, and seems she forgot that she was in the bath tub. then I continue to do like that, now, my daughter is happy to take bath again now.

    AS mother I know it isn’t easy task for kids with bathing and  hair washing, when dealing with these issues, trying our best to make bath time fun. I am so happy I did it!

    There is some Bath Time Safety Tips, I wish these tips can help you!

    1) Get a bathmat, the rubberized surface can help kids  to keep their footing on the slippery wet surface of the tub. 

    2) Never leave a child under 6 alone in the bathtub.

    3) Keep razors, shampoo, and other bath needs out of reach.

    4)Never put your child in the bathtub while the water is still running; the water temperature could quickly change.

    5)Always run the cold-water tap first when filling a bath, then mix in the warmer water to reduce the risk of scalds or burns.

    Help your kid eat well?

    Do you have picky kids ? Do they have some problems with eating?

    kids get the energy and get grow well they need food. As parents your job is just to offer right healthy food for your child’s age. It’s the child’s job to decide how much to eat.Don’t force a baby or child to eat. The children always know when they have enough, even babies.

    Here is website about Canada’s food Guide Maybe can help you choose good foods every day for your children.