newborn care specialist

Newborn Care Specialist

What is a Newborn Care Specialist (NCS)?

A Newborn Care Specialist is so much more than your average nanny.

Newborn Care Specialists (NCS) are a specialized type of nanny with training and experience focused on the newborn phase; they typically have extensive newborn experience including working with medically fragile newborns and multiples.

Newborn Care Specialists are highly educated, specially trained and certified; some NCS are also registered nurses. These specialized care providers are gifted with the skills, knowledge and confidence to handle all of baby’s needs during the newborn days and into infancy. NCS often work as overnight care providers, taking care of all of your newborn’s feedings, diaper changes and everything in between…allowing parents to get some much needed sleep.
Newborn Care Specialists are able to discern between normal causes for concern with babies and those that may require special attention. They share advice and recommendations to parents in need so that the whole family can benefit from adapting a healthy sleeping routine, as well as a better understanding of their little ones nutritional needs and more.

Postpartum Newborn Care Specialist  

The assistance of a Newborn Care Specialist during the postpartum period is an amazing benefit to new parents. Their ability to be the helping hands you need in order to make a smooth transition into your new normal is priceless.

Their presence adds peace of mind to new parents, helping them tackle this new experience with confidence and ease!

Maternal Instincts is happy to answer any questions you may have about Newborn Care Specialists. We have many highly qualified NCS on our Colorado team; if you are located elsewhere, we are happy to provide a referral to an NCS in your area. If you are expecting, give you and your new family a gift and consider hiring a Newborn Care Specialist – it will be one of the best decisions you make.

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