Breathe First Doula
Birth Doula Services:
Tier 1 Birth Doula Package:
One to two prenatal visits to discuss your expectations, birth wishes, explore comfort measures and offer encouragement and support.
Informational support on various pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum topics including evidence-based articles and discussions.
Assistance in creating and writing your birth plan/preferences and in helping you plan for conversations you would like to have with your birth team and providers.
Unlimited email support throughout your pregnancy.
24/7 phone and text on-call availability to you from 38 weeks to 42 weeks of your pregnancy, as well as on-going support via email.
Referrals to community services and resources during your pregnancy and for postpartum support per your request.
Offering continuous labor support throughout your labor, birth of your baby, and the immediate postpartum period as you need.
Offer emotional support and breast/chest or bottle-feeding assistance after your baby arrives as needed/requested.
I will follow up with you with a phone call within the first 24 hours of your birth and continue to be available via phone, text, or e-mail during that time.
I will visit you in your home as your preference within the next 1-2 weeks to review your birth, help you write your birth story if you so wish, be available to discuss any questions or concerns that might have come up, and to support you as you navigate your new role.
Tier 2 Birth Doula Package:
In addition to the services offered above, I offer an additional 1-2 prenatal visit(s) in which I can accompany you to an appointment with your provider, on a hospital tour, or to a birth support, breast/chest feeding, or new parent group meeting.
I will also provide in addition to the above, an additional postpartum visit during those first 2-3 weeks as needed for additional time or assistance for your specific situation or needs.
See Prenatal Services page for any additionally needed visits during or beyond the initial 3 weeks after your birth or for needs in Hospital following a planned Cesarean birth.