A Newborn Care Specialist, or Baby Nurse, specializes in newborn and infant care. They typically work 24-hour or 12-hour shifts for the first 3 to 6 months. They can assist with the full spectrum of newborn care and may be certified in areas including but not limited to: breastfeeding, exploring alternate feeding methods, sleep training, bonding, lactation, psychological development, and more. More often than not, Newborn Care Specialists are experts with concentrated populations such as twins and triplets, preemies, newborns with special needs, mothers interested in surrogate pregnancy options, and any other newborns who might need extra attention.
Specialists with British American Newborn Care have been fully vetted and have experience working with high net worth and confidential families. Our expert recruiters work with each family to determine specific needs and match those to potential Specialists. Because of a Specialist’s expertise and training, their priorities are caring for the newborn as well as the mother, if needed.
It is good practice to hire your Newborn Care Specialist when your doctor confirms your due date. Most Specialists are booked up to a year in advance, so planning early will make certain you are matched with the ideal Specialist. Arranging your care early will also mean more time to enjoy pregnancy or preparation time for the family. Specialists typically schedule their booking to be on call 2 weeks before and 1 week after a baby’s due date to ensure availability.
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