IN HOME

POSTNATAL

SUPPORT

It’s not a luxury. It’s a necessity.

 

JOINING THE PARENTHOOD?

You’ll Need Help

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“They don’t claim to do everything but
what they do, they do well.”

                                                                                  Ava    
                                                                           Brampton, On    

 

 

WAYS WE HELP

 

NEW MOMS

Latching and Lactation Techniques
Household Laundry
Preparing Light Meals for Mom
Wash Dishes and Tidy Up
Run Errands
Shop for baby and household supplies
Post Operation wound care
Administer medication
Nursery set up and maintenance

NEWBORNS

Singletons / Multiple Births /Premature infants
Bottle Feeding, Bathing and Diapering
Establish baby’s sleep routine
Calm GERD or colicky symptoms
Apnea, Asthma and Seizure monitoring
Special Needs newborn
G tube feeding and tube placement
Jaundice Home photo-therapy

 

WHAT MOMS WANT YOU TO KNOW

 


 

What Is A Postpartum Support Worker? 

 

 

 

 

 

Postpartum Support Workers  are college educated and experienced in the care of
mothers and newborns up to 1 year. They provide non-judgemental support
while helping moms balance the care of her infant with the care of herself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your mother’s assistant will assess
your needs and design a care schedule
that will ensure both mom and baby, thrive.

 

 

 

Each care provider has been interviewed and verified to have:

 

Education in nursing, midwifery, doula care or personal support care

Current immunizations and tests; including tuberculosis

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VSS Police background clearance

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Infant CPR and First Aid