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POSTPARTUM DOULA SERVICES
We are committed to making a difference in the lives of our families!
The Newborn Care Specialist assist with basic position and latch of the infant, information about practices that promote successful breastfeeding, preventing and managing common concerns such as poor latch, inadequate milk transfer or supply, nipple or breast pain, and calming a fussy baby, milk expression and storage for mothers who must be separated from their babies, strategies for breastfeeding after returning to work, breastfeeding in challenging situations, such as breastfeeding twins or triplets, a premature or sick infant, or infants in special medical situations
NEWBORN SLEEP COACHING
The newborn care Specialist will assist with Sleep coaching. They will help you prepare a sleep plan, and offer you tips on effectively implementing the plan. Teaching your child to sleep through the night can be emotionally & physically exhausting, they will ensure the sleep plan is implemented effectively.
BIRTH / POSTPARTUM SUPPORT
The Newborn Care Specialist is an advanced position in the field of community health and healthcare that offers continuous emotional support to a new mother during and after the birth of a baby—including early linkages to healthcare and other support services.
Birth Care: Assistant mom during labor at hospital or birthing center
Eleven Support of Postpartum Care: · Emotional support · Physical comfort · Self-care · Infant care ·Informational support · Advocacy · Referrals · Partner/father support · Support mother/father with infant ·Support mother/father with sibling(s) · Household organization
PERINATAL MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
Some new mothers are likely to suffer from mental stress and postpartum depression. After birth, our newborn care specialists provide mental support to the parents and help them with stress relief and boosting the mother’s confidence. They can also help detect the early signs of depression and help you find the proper solution for it. They also add as an advocate between the family and the child’s doctor, thus, giving the best suggestions for the baby’s safety and health.
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