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Our Newborn Care Specialists bring around-the-clock
care and assistance.

Newborn Services

Families welcoming a new baby need a helping hand. Even for the most seasoned of parents, having a new baby in the home can be overwhelming. Our specialists educate, support and assist so you may enjoy your role as new parents and get much-needed rest!

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Newborn care
Overnights


Most-requested:
10pm - 7am
(8-hour minimum)

TLC’s overnight caregivers will see to all of your baby’s needs throughout the night, letting you get a good night’s sleep! Most overnight caregivers work 4 to 7 nights per week and even specialize in caring for multiples!

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Newborn care
Daytime


Most-requested:
9am - 5pm
(4-hour minimum)

TLC daytime caregivers give parents an extra set of hands. Find the rest you need, go to doctors’ appointments, or spend time with siblings, all while getting much-needed relief.

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Newborn care
Live-in


Most-requested:
2-6 weeks
Appropriate sleep-time
and off-time required

Our live-in Newborn Care Assistants, or “Baby Nurses,”  are available to help you around the clock.

Our providers are selected based on their vast newborn
experience and have been thoroughly screened.

Our Newborn Caregivers assist
in areas including:

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Newborn Care


Feeding
Swaddling
Sleep Training
Changing
Bathing
Circumcision care
Breastfeeding support
Umbilical cord care
Rocking
Holding

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Family Care


Preparing bottles
Organizing baby’s room
Sibling care
Running errands
Tidying the house
Sibling care
Laundry
Grocery shopping
Meal preparation

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TLC requires professional development classes throughout the year for our staff who specialize in newborn care. Rest assured the help we send will be highly specialized and ready to support you and the specific needs of your family.

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What can I expect to pay a
Newborn Care Specialist?

Newborn Care Specialists, Night Nannies and Postpartum Doula salaries vary based on experience, training, and number of babies. Caregivers make between $15-$25 per hour with most receiving $18-$22. For live-in care providers, you can expect to pay $275 - $550 per day.