Postpartum Doula

The journey into parenthood holds mysteries within it; so many unanswered questions, excitement, and worries.

Once your baby has arrived and reality sets in, you may need additional help, a guide, a nurturing person who will care for you while you care for your baby. You realize that now more than ever, you need your family to support you. In many cases, your family does not live close by, or you may want a different type of assistance. Someone who will provide you with a non-judgmental, nurturing support and up to date information on caring for you and your baby. Having a postpartum doula can make a difference in the way you experience your first weeks after birth.

Doulas come in to your life with no judgment. Their sole purpose is to get you on a good start with your new family dynamic. They help you adjust to your new life with baby and provide you with the tools you need to grow into the confident parent you want to be.

Daytime support may include:

  • Lactation Support: assistance with breastfeeding or bottle feeding
  • Lactation Referral: support from our Lactation consultant, Yana Katzap-Nackman
  • Newborn Care: diapering, bathing, burping, swaddling, holding
  • Newborn observation & education: states, cues. reflexes, temperament
  • Food Preparation: nutritious snacks for mother/partner
  • Food Assistance: meal preparation
  • Baby Carrying: Education on sling/baby carrying techniques
  • Baby Comforting: education and modeling soothing techniques
  • Sibling Support: Support with siblings care and integration of the newborn into the new family dynamics
  • Infant Laundry: washing and folding unwashed or soiled clothes
  • Errand Support: running errands including, groceries, baby/mommy recovery related items

Overngith support may include the following:

  • Recovery from birth support: Sitz bath prep, foot rub, hydration and snack prep
  • Lactation Support: assistance with breast or bottle feeding
  • Lactation Referral
  • Newborn Care: diapering, bathing, Burping
  • Food Assistance: meal preparation (if parents are hungry over night)
  • Baby Carrying: Education on sling/baby carrying techniques (Please plan to start the shift early)
  • Baby Comforting: implementing soothing techniques
  • Sleep Cycle observation

Fees: $35/hr-$45/hr
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