What is a Doula?

Doula is derives from the ancient Greek meaning, “a women who serves”. A doula assist women during childbirth and who may provide support to the family after the baby is born.

Who uses postpartum care?

  • First time parents
  • parents of twins or multiples
  • women who are at risk and may experience postpartum depression
  • women who have had a c-section
  • premature births
  • parents who have other children and need help with the transition

Can you have 24 hour postpartum care?

Absolutely, 24 hours care is critical the first few days out of the hospital to allow the mother to rest and be able to breastfeed the baby in a relaxed atmosphere. This service is especially good for mothers who have had a c-section.

Do you help with sleeptraining?

Yes, sleep training is basically having a routine. We can schedule to come no later than 16 weeks for sleep training. However, it is much easier to choose the postpartum doula option and we can start sleep training while working nights. It has been our experience that babies get used to the routine much faster when working overnight.

What will happen at the interview?

We will discuss your birth vision and the choices you have in detail. You will be given a contract and material to read over and discuss with your partner.

What areas do you service?

We cover the Michigan area as well as Ohio, Canada, and Beverly Hills, California. We are looking forward to expanding in other areas, so feel free to contact us from other states.

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