My name is Leeann
I am the founder of Boston Newborn Care; I hold an undergraduate degree in human sciences services from the University of Rhode Island who graduated in 1985.
I have provided professional services in the childcare industry for the past 20 years.
My training and experience started on the corporate level when I was the trainer for all new Corporate hires.
I provide education, training, and support for working Executives as they plan for a Newborn.
I entered the field of Newborn Care in 1999 as a Baby Nurse.
I continued perfecting my skills by obtaining a certification as a Newborn Care Specialist.
I continued my ongoing eduction by becoming a Certified Postpartum & Infant Care Doula gaining education through courses provide and in field real-world knowledge while working for agencies throughout Massachusetts.
I expanded my knowledge to include counseling and training of other Newborn care providers.
Why should Parents take a Newborn Course?
To avoid sleepless nights is a start.
Newborn Care providers that have passed my courses are the perfect candidates to care for your Newborn.
My years of continuing education have taught me how to match the right caregiver and type of personality for my family.
I provide only experienced and highly trained Newborn Care Provides, Nannies, Doulas, and Newborn Care Specialists covering Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Newborn Care Specialist is in high demand in the New England market. I have placed hundreds over the years.
Once a candidate has completed my course, the next phase is to provide placement with a family.
Parental Coaching offered by our team of experienced executive advisors fits the time couple have available to best fit the schedules they must maintain.
Each advisor has participated in extensive training prior to becoming coaches and experienced going through this transition themselves.
The average annual cost of infant care for one child in Massachusetts is $17,062, or $1,422 per month, the study found.
That is $6,360 more expensive than in-state tuition for a four-year public college, the institute said.
I provide a list of options for services you may consider based on your time availablity.
Our programs designed to help new parents successfully manage this journey to parenthood in the context of their professional lives.
The focus is to achieve smooth transitions for the individual, their line manager, and their team.
Participants describe our programs as valuable and a unique opportunity to explore how they can do the best for their baby while maintaining their performance at work and continuing to develop their careers.