Certified Overnight Postpartum Doulas
Fees $65.00 per hour
We care about your health
All Doulas are COVID Vaccinated
Your overnight doula support is tailored to what your family desires. Overnight care with Doula Care Postpartum Service may be anytime from the first night home to several times per week, to seven nights per week or several months.
You settle into bed knowing that you are going to get real rest.
The next part is up to you.
If bottle feeding the doula feeds, changes, burps and settles your baby back to sleep. You are able to enjoy a full night’s rest.
For breastfeeding, your doula brings your baby to you, when the baby is ready to nurse, assists with latch/position and observes to ensure the baby is nursing effectively and you are comfortable. After the baby finishes nursing you go back to sleep for a few more hours of sound sleep until the next feed. And the doula, changes and soothes the baby back to sleep.
Your doula rests, or naps, as the baby sleeps until the next feed.
Our overnight doulas are trained and experienced in supporting families in making a wide variety of decisions about their newborns.
Honoring and supporting those decisions is what we do best.
Are you ready to take the next step to find out more about our overnight support packages?
Overnight Sleep “First Night Home”
Our most popular “First Night Home “overnight can be combined with any daytime care package or as a standalone booking.
The benefits of having an overnight postpartum doula for the first night home allows you an opportunity to settle in with the baby and provides you with the reassurance of helping you with breastfeeding and caring for the baby as you learn about your newborn, you’re off to a confident start.
Let us help you every night for a few weeks.
Our services at Doula Care are individually tailored to meet your unique needs.
Minimum Overnight 10 Hours: $65.00 per hour
$650.00 From 9:00pm-7:00am
Please fill in the pre-birth client registration questionnaire, which will ensure ideal doula and family matching. An interview is then arranged between the family and doula.