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What my birth doula support looks like and what you can expect from me

Two Home Visits

Becoming better acquainted and learning about your priorities for the birth experience

Discuss comfort measures and labor positions

Assist you in formulating your birth preferences and composing a transfer plan

Assist you in planning for the postpartum phase

Answer your questions with up-to-date and evidence based information

On Call Availability

Unlimited telephone, text, and email support to address any questions or concerns

Beginning at 38 weeks I am available 24/7 to ​join to you when you are in labor

Guaranteed backup doula support if needed

Continuous Labor Support 

I join you when you are in active labor and request my support

Offer physical, emotional, and informational support

Help set up birth pool

Work as a team with your chosen Midwife

Postpartum Support

Support skin to skin and bonding

Initial assistance with breastfeeding after birth

Prepare a meal for the family and midwifery team

Postpartum Home Visit

Come to you after the birth to check on your transition as a family

Process the birth experience

Be available via phone, text, email for 4 weeks after birth for additional support, resources


Doula support for siblings in a home birth setting


One Home Visit

Becoming acquainted with your entire family 

Understand how the family anticipates the child or children may be involved

Learning about your priorities for the birth experience

On Call Availability

Beginning at 38 weeks I am available 24/7 to join your family when I am needed

Sibling Support During the Birth

Stay with the sibling during the labor

Answering any birth questions the sibling has in a positive and affirming manner




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