A 24 hour Overnight Newborn Care Specialists is a great option for new moms and dads looking for more than part-time support.
Many moms like this option so they can get some sleep, have light housekeeping taken care of and some “doula” type activities.
True 24/7 Boston Overnight Newborn Care Specialists is actually 20/7, or whatever schedules you and your family are comfortable.
At Boston Newborn Care, it is important that the care provider is well rested and fresh to care for your baby(s).
A 4-hour resting period recommended. If you are not looking for 7 days a week then the schedule will then change to meet your needs.
The rates vary for this service.
Range from $300-$600 per day, depending on the length of the contract and the number of children and any health-related issues they may have.
It is slightly more expensive than an NCS overnight provider is.
I interview, run a background check, review all certifications and certificates, and check insurance plans.
Many of the Overnight Newborn Care Boston Specialists are not in the Boston Area so there will be a travel expense, which varies, depending on their location.
Families are responsible for paying the Newborn Care Specialist directly.
The referral fee is 5% of the total contract due at the beginning of the contract.
I am available to assist, troubleshoot, and advise both you and the Overnight Newborn Care Boston Specialists in the event there are questions or concerns.
A Boston Overnight Newborn Care Specialist is a non-medical professional who comes into the home when the baby comes home from the hospital. State to state regulations dictates which term used for this service.
Baby Nurse, Maternity Nurse, Night Nanny among others commonly used in place of an NCS.
For overnight care, the NCS review and discuss the day’s activities and care of their new baby to best prepare the plan for good night patterns and practices.
The NCS’s shifts are a minimum of 8 hours overnight, 4-8 daytime hours, and 24-hour care. Boston Newborn Care Specialists are experienced/trained and/or has a certification.
Our providers have additional certifications like HHAs, CNAs, or LPNs. All also have their CPR and Infant First Aid Certification.
Some of the tasks provided Include:
Teach you to change diapers, bathe, and feed the baby, or do it all for you,
Communicate the baby’s daily and/or nightly routines feeding, sleep, and behavior patterns.
Educates and teach parents to understand their newborn in terms of his or her development
Assists parents with developing a schedule/routine.
Makes recommendations if requested.
Will give the baby a sponge and a tub bath.
Understands the newborn’s needs and care routines.