As an essential healthcare service, Boston Baby Nurse & Nanny will continue to provide exceptional overnight support services to your family.
Our team is required to undergo mandatory Universal Precautions training in addition to completing an online course: COVID-19: A Guide for Direct Care Workers that reinforces Universal Precautions and the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The health and safety of the BBNN team of specialists and your families is our top priority. Please feel free to contact either myself or Bryn if you have any questions. We will all get through this together.
We will be doing everything in our power to continue to provide exceptional support services to your family. We ask that if you or a family member has been exposed to COVID-19 or exposed to a person who has tested positive for COVID-19, to please notify us as soon as possible. We are counting on each other to provide essential communication for the health and safety of our clients as well as our specialists.
We’re also offering a variety of online programs & customized virtual services, including weekly zoom meetings, designed to address the questions of new and expecting parents. Our Newborn 101 session is designed to answer individual questions and concerns about newborn care. We customize our sessions to address your primary concerns, whether it’s bringing your newborn home from the hospital, breast or bottle feeding questions, sleeping, napping or even bathing techniques our team will provide you with suggestions and support based on medical training and proven research. As always, we closely follow the guidelines established by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
As we make decisions on how to better support your family’s health and well being during this time, we will continue to keep you up to date and informed every step of the way.
“Boston Baby Nurse has been a really wonderful support system for us. Our son was in the NICU with health issues and when we brought him home we were overwhelmed with adjusting to life with a newborn that had health issues. I contacted Boston Baby Nurse on a Friday and that night they were there to help.
Scheduling with Diana was very easy and their response time was quick. We worked with Cheryl and Sonja from Boston Baby Nurse and not only did they take wonderful care of our son, they also taught us tips and tricks to get our little one to sleep. We both went to bed knowing that he was in great hands. I would recommend them to any of my friends and family.”– April Gabriel
Who says babies don’t come with instruction manuals? Newborn 101, by Carole Kramer Arsenault: A MUST read for parents! Newborn 101 covers important topics such as:
preparing for the birth of the baby, making the most of the hospital experience, what to expect during those first early months, guidance on sleep, schedules, feeding during the first year, and much more……