When it comes to new baby and new parents,
nothing’s new to a postpartum doula.
I’m a nightlight of sorts, making things a little less
scary and illuminating what is right before
you, so you can clearly see.
For postpartum and breastfeeding support I accept Neighborhood Health of RI, BCBSRI, Tufts RI, United Health and Medicaid. Please consider using a home visit for prenatal breastfeeding education.
You'll be better prepared to nurse your baby and manage interventions that may be offered in the hospital during your postpartum stay.
Insurance benefits are available for families for up to one year postpartum.
Contact me for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Some doulas (like me) bill your insurance company directly.
Some doulas use a reimbursement model, clients pay the doula and submit the paperwork for insurance reimbursement
Almost every expectant dad wants to be "helpful and supportive". Yet, most are unsure of what that looks like.
Author David Arrell has put together a guide for dads to better understand and prepare for the important role of pregnancy, childbirth and that most important 4th Trimester back home.