Answers to your questions
My baby has a health problem. Can you help me?
Unfortunately we are unable to answer individual questions or make a health diagnosis.
If your baby has a problem, please call Info-Santé (8-1-1) or your health professional. In an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
I followed the recommendations in From Tiny Tot, but my baby isn’t any better. What should I do?
If your baby has a health problem, please call Info-Santé (8-1-1) or your health professional. In an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
The information provided in the guide is general in nature and may not be specific to your situation. The guide is not intended to replace the advice, diagnosis, or treatment of a health professional.
I am pregnant/have given birth but have not received the guide. Can I get a copy?
Usually you are given the guide at one of your first pregnancy checkups. If you have an appointment coming up, feel free to ask your health professional for a copy.
If you still haven’t received the guide, write to us and specify your home region.
Delivery methods may vary by region. Find out more: www.inspq.qc.ca/en/tiny-tot/distribution.
I am in the process of adopting a baby and have not received the guide. How can I get a copy?
You can obtain a guide from the youth centre or accredited international adoption agency that is guiding you through the adoption process.
If you are still having difficulty getting the guide, write to us and specify the name of the organization you are working with.
I lost my guide. Can I get another?
Unfortunately, we cannot replace your guide, as only one free copy is provided per birth.
I would like to buy a paper copy guide. Where can I get one?
You can buy the guide for $22.95 + taxes in most bookstores or online at the Publications du Québec website.
Can I still use the guide even if I don’t live in Québec?
Absolutely! Be aware, however, that the guide was designed to answer the questions and concerns of Québec parents and takes into account medical practices standard in Québec. The references and resources it provides are also specific to the province, so the information may not always be appropriate for use outside Québec.
I work in a childcare centre/family organization, and we would like to receive the guide. Where can we get it?
The free guide is reserved for parents expecting a baby or in the adoption process. You can buy the guide for $22.95 + taxes in most bookstores or online at the Publications du Québec website.
Is there a Spanish version of the guide?
The guide is not available in Spanish.
I’m a parent and have comments or suggestions to improve the guide. How can I share them with you?
Parents are the heart of From Tiny Tot to Toddler. Feel free to write to us with any comments or suggestions that could help us improve the guide.
You should know that we also regularly consult with parents. They may review texts being updated, participate in focus groups, or weigh in on guide development projects. Feel free to write to us if you would like to be one of our parent consultants. We will keep your information on file and contact you when the time comes.
I would like to know if I can send you photos for future editions of From Tiny Tot.
Feel free to email your photos to [email protected], ideally in high resolution and unretouched. We save all the photos we receive in a database. When we’re preparing a new edition of the guide, we choose photos to illustrate topics being covered. If we choose one of yours, we will contact you for authorization and release.
I’m looking for the coupons that used to be in the guide. Where are they?
As of the 2018 edition, the guide no longer contains advertising or coupons. Thanks for understanding.
My business offers products/services that could be of interest to parents, and I would like to advertise in the guide. How do I go about it?
As of the 2018 edition, the guide will no longer contain ad space or coupons. Thanks for understanding.