Posts Tagged ‘caring for newborns’
Become a Certified Newborn Care Specialist
- What is an NCS and how is that different from a Doula, Night Nanny or Traditional Nanny. define/explain
- Doula: Define/explain similarities and differences..
- Night Nanny: Define/explain similarities and differences.
- Traditional Nanny: Define/explain similarities and differences.
- Basic Newborn Care
- Building a Nursery
- Special needs of preemies
- Caring for Multiples
- Caring for and building up a post-partum mom: One of the most important jobs of a NCS and why.
- Signs of Post-partum depression and what to do: Covering the major symptoms of post-partum depression and how to handle it (before baby even comes home).
- Recognizing signs of various feeding issues: Reflux, tests, treatment and options. Tongue tie, to clip or not to clip, pyloric stenosis – what is it and what can be done, how to feed a baby with a cleft palate.
- Recognizing signs of food allergies and intolerance’s in infants
- Major Methods of sleep training: Sharing the most common methods of sleep training and how they differ from one another.
- Getting your NCS Business off the ground: Do I need to be “certified” and if so, how do I get it? What are my first steps?
- How can I get more experience so clients will hire me? What legal issues/insurance issues do I need to address? Do I need a resume’? What should be on it? Do I need a contract with clients? How do I get paid? What if a client cancels? What if I get the babies sleeping through the night early and the client wants to terminate my contract early? My client bounced a check, now what? My client forgot to pay me, now what? How do I explain to clients on the phone what I do without spending all day on the phone and without giving away all my talents?
- Tax Overview: What are my tax obligations? Does my client pay taxes on me? My client wants to pay me with a business check?
- Contracts with clients: What needs to be in it? Do I really need it? The client doesn’t want one.
- Liability insurance: Do I need it? Why? Where can I get it?
- Educating Agencies about what I do: Do I need to work with agencies? What do they need to know about what I do in order to “sell” my services to the client?
- Green Practices: My new client wants to use eco-friendly products. What does that mean exactly, do they really work and how do I help her set up a green nursery?
TLC is hiring Newborn Care Specialists and Night Nannies. Connect with us to learn more!
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The professionals at TLC Family Care personally assist nannies, babysitters and families in St. Louis, Atlanta, Chicago, Nashville, Memphis, Charlotte, Miami and Orlando to find the right childcare arrangement. Our mission is to provide a safe and personalized approach for families and caregivers to connect with each other that is not an internet search. TLC has worked with families, nannies, sitters, newborn care providers, and tutors for over 35 years and looks forward to working with you! To find great nanny and babysitting jobs visit us at email@example.com or Call 314-725-5660.
Newborn Nannies Needed
TLC for Kids is having a baby boom! Our families in Saint Louis are having babies and they need nannies.
We have full time nanny jobs in Clayton, Webster Groves, Chesterfield, the Central West End, and Holly Hills. We even have families with newborn twins! If you are looking for a new rewarding job in 2019 apply with us today!
Coping with Sleep Deprivation
Parents of a newborn are sleep deprived. Taking care of an infant day AND night is exhausting. Here are some tips to help with sleep deprivation.
1. Try caffeine. A burst of caffeine might help you wake up in the morning or give you the boost at lunch you need to make it through the day. If you are nursing check with your doctor to see how much caffeine you can have in a day.
2. Fresh air. If you are feeling groggy during the day try stepping out and getting some fresh air. A little sunshine and fresh air will boost your spirits and help revive you.
Of course the best thing for lack of sleep is more sleep! Let TLC for Kids Night Nurses help. Our trained overnight Newborn Specialists will stay up with your baby through the night. She will change diapers, feed, burp, swaddle and soothe the baby. If you are nursing she will bring your baby to you to you to nurse.
Visit our website for more information on our Newborn Specialists.