Nurses, neonatal care givers and doulas

Nurses

We offer a special service with neonatal nurses for your home, nursing assistants and other care givers that don’t have the specialty but they do have years of experience in helping other first child mothers in their first days from the time they check out the hospital or first day home.

We recommend asking for this service with anticipation to assure availability.

Tasks that early infancy care givers do:

  • Bathing the baby and teaching first child mothers how to do it.
  • Taking care of the umbilical cord.
  • Feeding the baby with the bottle or helping the mother breastfeeding.
  • Changing diapers.
  • Cleaning and sterilizing bottles and pacifiers.
  • Sleeping the baby.
  • Attending the baby in case of crying, pain, or other motives.
  • Assisting the mother in all she needs during the time of recruitment.

Neo natal care givers

We count with personnel on our staff specialized in neonatology with a lot of experience to assist mothers during those first days and bring them the right information, personalized help in this important phase for the right development of the baby, such as psychological and physical; accompanying in the caring of their children and guidance throughout the lactation and growth.

  • Pre natal consultations
  • Escort in the pregnancy and rest
  • Guidance in the newborn’s first days
  • Milk letdown management and attaching of breast
  • Baby’s weight tracking
  • Mother’s back to work
  • Semi solid feeding
  • Weaning
  • Special situations such as preterm delivery, multiple pregnancy, adoption, lactation inhibition and others
  • Help in the choosing of lactation products such as liners, electric pumps, manual pumps, nursing pillows, etc.

We do visits at clinics, sanatoriums or personal addresses. We also attend at our own addresses in Capital Federal and Nordelta.

Doulas

Doulas are women and mothers who accompany other mothers throughout the whole maternity. Their objective is to support physically and emotionally during the pregnancy, labor and puerperium. Their principal function is to teach and help with their knowledge.

Massaging, Postures, Corporal or breathing exercises, aromatherapy, reiki, reflexology, acupressure, visualizations, music ambience, singing, dancing, etc. This is evaluated so that the mother can leave it if she isn’t comfortable.