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POSTPARTUM SUPPORT

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Supporting families in the adjustment period of bringing a newborn home.

Here's how NBC can support you:

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What does postpartum support look like with NBC?

For many new parents, the overwhelming demands of caring for their newborn makes it difficult to find space to rest and heal. Birthworkers support families during the adjustment period of bringing a newborn home. 

 

Postpartum support will vary from family to family, but will also tend to include the following services to help you find the time for rest and bonding with your baby. Birthworkers believe that the 4th trimester is an important and valuable time for healing, restoring, and rediscovering your health and your body, and are passionate about supporting this time period for all birthing people.

What does a birthworker do during postpartum care?

  • Feeding support 

  • Support with emotional/physical recovery 

  • Light housekeeping

  • Assistance with newborn care

  • Holistic meal preparation

  • Baby soothing techniques

  • Referrals to local resources

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WHAT'S THE COST?

Our services are free for Black, Indigenous and People of the Global Majority, members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, those impacted by the evacuation policy and low income people and families.

A sliding scale is available for anyone else. Please see our Green Bottle Sliding Scale Guide to see which bottle fits your financial capacities best. 

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Bottle 1 - $50/hr

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Bottle 3 - $30/hr

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Bottle 2 - $40/hr

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Bottle 4 - $20/hr

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HOW TO BOOK?

Use the link below to be directed to our booking support form. Kindly check off "postpartum support" in the form so we know what offering you are interested in booking.

BIRTHWORKERS OFFERING BIRTH SUPPORT

Sabrina Flack

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Treiva Plamondon

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Cailey Mercredi

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Mélissa Stockwell

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Liz Liske

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