A postpartum doula provides non-medical support to families zero up to 12 weeks after the birth of the baby, also know as the Fourth Trimester. A postpartum doula helps families transition into their role, whether first or second time as new parents.
A postpartum doula provides practical, emotional, evidence-based information, and support. Learn more about the benefits of a having a postpartum doula, here .
A night or baby nurse's role is solely on the care of the baby. Postpartum doulas are trained professionals who help families through evidence-based information and well-being support. Postpartum doulas provides assistance to the birthing mom after birth through supportive care. Postpartum doulas provides support for the household and siblings as they adjust to the new baby and the changes the new addition brings to the family. Postpartum doula services can be most beneficial for at least three weeks after birth and up to 12 weeks. The role of the doula is not permanent, and the support is to lead families to a place where they are equipped to learn and grow together, and parent efficiently, without doula services.