What Does A Postpartum Doula Do?
- Offer help in baby care such as: diapering, bathing, feeding, sleep suggestions
- Help take care of the birthing person as they recover from birth
- Answer parenting questions surrounding sleep, feeding, routines, normal infant behavior and milestones
- Allow the parents to nap or sleep while leaving the baby in loving capable hands
- Assist with basic household duties such as: preparing healthy meals, shopping, running errands, laundry & dishes
- Aid with feedings, breast/chest or bottle
- Provide a list of providers and support to help with: Postpartum Depression, Lactation, Lip and Tongue Ties, etc.
- Judgmental free and wanting to help
- There to listen- whether it's parenting fears, helping work through your birth or need help adjusting to parenthood
"Danielle was an absolute lifesaver. Her postpartum services, along with lactation support and sleep consulting, made having our second child (with a two year old) as graceful and easy as it could possibly be. She is an incredible cook, an invaluable resource and always knows how to help out, even without being asked. I would highly recommend her to anyone looking for support"- Francesca, Elizaville, NY
Service and Pricing
Danielle offers a unique perspective to parents as doula, lactation consultant and sleep consultant. With so much knowledge, she is able to answer many questions and concerns that new parents are faced with, without the need to bring in additional support.
30 hours of in person postpartum support to be used however your family would like. A minimum of 3 hours per postpartum session is required, but the length of visits and how quickly the hours are used are up to you. After the 30 hours are used, weekly invoicing for hours used is available at the rate of $50 an hour.
Investment: 30 hours, $1,500