Blue­bird pri­vate nurse

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Blue­bird Pri­vate Nurse of­fers ser­vices to new and fu­ture par­ents who are search­ing for clear and un­bi­ased in­for­ma­tion re­lat­ing to child birth, ma­ter­nity and pa­ter­nity.

Our pre­na­tal cour­ses are of­fered in small in­ter­ac­tive groups and cover a wide range of sub­jects that will in­form and em­power our new par­ents. From breath­ing ex­er­cises used in pain man­age­ment to sim­ply chang­ing a di­a­per, our staff will as­sure you come away well in­formed.

Cour­ses are of­fered in French and English by a qual­i­fied peri­na­tal ser­vice provider who has been help­ing fu­ture par­ents for the last 25 years.

Cour­ses are based on a 5 week ses­sion: course 1 gives a gen­eral over­view of what we will be learn­ing plus nu­tri­tion and the phys­i­cal dis­com­forts and how to deal with them. In­te­grated with this gen­eral theme, our male part­ners are en­cour­aged to par­tic­i­pate and ex­change with oth­ers about how be­com­ing a dad will af­fect their lives.

Learn­ing about at­tach­ment and how we form bonds with oth­ers is an­other topic that is cov­ered. Course 2 deals with breath­ing tech­niques, mas­sages that can be done be­fore and dur­ing la­bor, fa­vor­able po­si­tions for sleep­ing, good cir­cu­la­tion and la­bor­ing. Our 3rd course cov­ers the birthing process and we dis­cuss if a birthing plan is right for you plus a por­tion of the pro­to­cols that giv­ing birth in a hospi­tal mi­lieu en­tails.

Our 4th class puts to­gether ev­ery­thing you may need to bring to the hospi­tal plus the eco­nomic side of hav­ing chil­dren. A good por­tion of this class cov­ers breast­feed­ing but not ex­clu­sively.

The 5th and last class cov­ers im­me­di­ate post­par­tum and what to ex­pect. We also cover the le­gal­i­ties of hav­ing a baby and se­cu­rity is­sues. This course an­swers many of the ques­tions that fu­ture par­ents need to know. Have you ever heard of baby wear­ing? Reusable or eco­log­i­cal di­a­per­ing? Skin to skin af­ter birth? De­layed cord clamp­ing? Day­care is­sues?

Our cen­ter of­fers a place where a wide range of ideas to con­tem­plate be­fore baby ar­rives can be dis­cussed with­out the feel­ing of be­ing judged. Sup­port and clear in­for­ma­tion sep­a­rate our cen­ter from oth­ers. Pri­vate is also avail­able. We also sup­port breast­feed­ing and will try to clar­ify all the myths and sto­ries that ex­ist and even how long a wo­man should breast­feed.

We pride our­selves in know­ing that the best per­son to raise a child is his or her par­ent. Sound a bit strange? Wait for all the good chil­drea­r­ing in­for­ma­tion you can re­ceive from good willed adults around you!

We can help. Our peri­na­tal ser­vice provider is also cer­ti­fied for baby car seat in­stal­la­tion. If a help­ing hand is needed af­ter birth, post­na­tal vis­its can be sched­uled upon de­mand.

These vis­its can in­clude baby health, nu­tri­tion is­sues, or get­ting back on your feet the right way. Don’t hes­i­tate and give us a call as places fill up fast. Start­ing a course around your 24th -28th week of preg­nancy will aid you to take ad­van­tage of, and put into prac­tice, the in­for­ma­tion of­fered.

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