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Don't Forgot About The Newborn Specialist Training!
Don’t forget the Advanced Newborn Care Specialist Intensive Training Weekend September 9 – 11, 2016 at the Embassy Suites Dulles Airport in Herndon, VA, located just outside Washington, DC.
This a great way for Miami Newborn Specialists to gain some specific training in working with newborns. In order to operate at the top of your game and be in demand, you must be knowledgeable about the current trends in apps and technology, evidence based knowledge and emerging trends in the Newborn Care industry.
Special pricing is still available.
Click here for registration details!
TLC Family Care has experienced Newborn Specialists available to help with your newborn needs. Call us at 305-256-5905 or visit our website for more information.
Floridia Newborn Care Providers
Coming home with a new baby or babies will probably be the most beautiful and the most hectic time you’ve ever known. It can be exhausting and overwhelming even for the most seasoned of parents.
Any family welcoming a new baby can use a helping hand. TLC for Kids Newborn Care Specialists can help!
Take a minute to read about some of the experienced caregivers we have on call ready to help you with your newborn care needs. Give us a call at 302-256-5905 to reserve your caregiver today.
Miami-Dade County Newborn Overnights
Mary-Ann: Mary-Ann has been a newborn care specialist in Miami for the past 7 years. She educates new parents on all aspects of newborn care, from breast feeding to swaddling. Mary-Ann knows how overwhelming it can feel to have a new baby in the home. She is soothing and she’s always looking for ways to support postpartum mothers both emotionally and physically. Our agency loves her, and our clients love her! She is calm and amazingly adaptable to all situations. Mary-Ann has also been a nanny and adult companion for many families. One of her references even refers to her as an Angel!
Janis: Janis is a certified Post-partum Doula, a mother and young grandmother who considers caring for newborns and children an honor. she is She is available to care for newborns and provide newborn overnights for families in Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay, and Kendall.
Gertrudis: Gertrudis has over 10 years of experience caring for infants and children of all ages. She has also had experience with multiples and preemies. Originally from Paraguay, Gertrudis is bilingual and speaks fluent English and Spanish. She loves working with newborns and spends time taking classes and researching the latest methods in supporting new parents with their infants. Gertrudis is married and has 2 children, ages 10 and 12.
Midtown, Brickell, Miami Beach Newborn Overnights
Antonine: Besides being a seasoned, experienced nanny for over 18 years and a favorite babysitter in Miami Hotels, Antonine, who loves to further her education, recently became trained as Newborn Care Specialist. She is is also CPR certified and available for days, Evenings, week-ends and overnights.
Amber: Amber is a Certified Birth and Postpartum Doula as well as a mother of 2. She is committed to educating parents and helping them with the transition into parenthood. She is a strong advocate of parent infant bonding and will support mother’s in breastfeeding.
Gloria B: Gloria’s calling is working with babies and their parents. Gloria has over 15 years of expertise as an Infant Care Specialist. She has extensive experience caring for infants and toddlers, including multiples and preemies. She also has experience in sleep coaching, lactation education, and is fluent in English, Spanish, and American sign Language.
Broward County Newborn Overnights
Dawna: Dawna is a certified Birth Doula and Midwife Assistant providing education, advocacy, and support to expecting families during pregnancy, birth and the immediate postpartum period. Being a mother herself, her passion and experience surrounding birth, parenting, and the newborn are key ingredients to help keeping a new family confident, and on track during their transformation into parenthood.
Carmen: Carmen is a career nanny of 25 years specializing in newborns and toddlers. She is a certified Doula, Newborn Sleep Trainer and a Certified Nursing Assistant. She is loving, patient and extremely experienced in caring for newborns. She consider the safety, education, and privacy of the families she works for to be of utmost importance.
Boca Raton Newborn Overnights
Juneevan: Juneevan puts the C in Caregiver. Besides being an experienced live-in Baby nurse and nanny for over 40 years she is also a great caregiver for the mom. She has worked with children aged from birth to preteen. She is also a Certified Nursing Assistant and has worked in assisted living and adult day care facilities as well. Juneevan is experienced in all aspects of care from swaddling babies to creative play for toddlers and companionship for the elderly.
Kethrina: Kethrina has been working with children for many years and enjoys every moment of it. She completed coursework in childcare and hopes to pursue a degree in Early Childhood Education. Kethrina is also the Senior teacher and leader of the Children’s Ministry at her church.
Palm Beach /Wellington/PGA Newborn Overnights
Jennifer A: With more than 30 years experience taking care of newborns, Jennifer brings caring, professional assistance to families when they bring home their new babies. Here is a quote from one of her references “Jennifer is amazing! She was our baby nurse for both of my children, who are only 17 months apart. She came in and rescued me, I had no idea what to do with my first son and she helped me with nursing, night feedings, laundry, and even organizing my kitchen. Then when my daughter was born she helped me as well and was even able to help with my son who was a little older by then. She is truly a godsend, I don’t know what I would have done without her. She is so professional, punctual, and reliable. I recommend her 150%
TLC for Kids Newborn Care
Bringing home a new baby is a transition for everyone. While welcoming home a new baby with hugs and love is amazing, sometimes bringing home a baby can be overwhelming. When I came home with my new babies I was overwhelmed with emotion and the needs placed on me. I was recovering from a C-Section and sleep deprived. In our house, Dad had to go back to work and I was at home taking care baby and the siblings in the house who missed being the center of attention. Help!
TLC for Kids knows this transitional period requires more help than usual, so we have two different options to help your family adjust to a new baby.
1 . Newborn Overnight Nanny. At TLC for Kids, we have caregivers who work as overnight newborn nannies. An overnight newborn nanny is a caregiver that comes to your house around bedtime and stays awake through the night (they are required to stay awake the entire time) to take care of the baby when he/she wakes up. The overnight nanny will feed the baby(or bring baby to mom for nursing), change, rock and put the baby back to sleep. This allows new parents to catch up on rest and enjoy a full night’s sleep because they know their baby is receiving the best care possible.
2. Newborn Specialist. If welcoming a new baby is harder than getting sleep at night, TLC for Kids also offers child care providers who are newborn specialists. Newborn specialists help parents in their home the first few weeks or months of baby’s life with parent education, feeding/breastfeeding, basic baby care, and light housekeeping. Newborn specialists can also help older siblings adjust to sharing mom and dad’s attention with a new baby in the house. Whether you are a seasoned mom or new to parenting, a newborn specialist is an option to help your family adjust.
TLC for Kids is ready to assist you and your growing family, so whether you are expecting and want to find a caregiver before your baby arrives, or already have a newborn but need help, call TLC for Kids today: (314) 725-5660.
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.