Daytime and Overnight visits
View our extensive list of services to assist you once your little one is home.
This visit is designed for parents to have an RN visit them during their first days or weeks home from the hospital.
This 2 hour visit allows for ample time to ask questions and for hands on learning with your baby. The visit will start with discussing your feeding choice and the best practices and recommendations as it relates to your choice. If you are breastfeeding, we will do a pre and post feed weight, observe a feeding, and provide feedback and support regarding positioning and latch. If you are breastfeeding and pumping, or exclusively pumping, we will show you proper set up, use, and cleaning of your pump and its parts, as well as safe storage of breastmilk and when and how to introduce a bottle. If you are bottle feeding, we will discuss safe preparation of formula or donor breastmilk, proper bottle feeding techniques, and amount to offer at each feeding based on child's age and health history.
The second half of the visit will then be dedicated to discussing normal newborn behaviors, healthy feeding and sleeping schedules, when and how to introduce a pacifier, soothing techniques, and hands on practice of bathing, swaddling & soothing techniques, filing and clipping nails, diapering, and much more! Parents often create a list of questions that they have, as the first week home is very new and exciting, but does come with many questions. This visit provides you with the opportunity to ask those questions to one of our RNs who specializes in newborn and postpartum care.
Daytime in-home visits by a trained NAPS nurse.
Daytime care is provided by an RN or a NAPS Nurse and is designed to assist families with breast and/or bottle feedings, tummy time, identification and reassurance of normal newborn behaviors, bathing assistance, instruction of swaddling/soothing techniques, and much more!
This visit also gives you the opportunity to ask questions and voice concerns about your postpartum recovery process and newborn transition and have these questions and concerns addressed by a trained professional.
Overnight in-home visits by a trained NAPS nurse.
Schedule an overnight visit with one of our RNs or NAPS nurses who specializes in working with new and experienced mothers and newborns. Overnight visits consist of one of our team members coming to your home to aid in the process of you and your family getting a good night's sleep.
The nurse can either give the baby a bottle or assist with breastfeeding overnight, and then change, burp, and soothe your baby back to sleep. Give yourself and your household the gift of a good night's sleep knowing that your baby is being cared for by a trained medical professional.
Skilled Nursing Care for the High Risk Newborn
Our group of highly trained registered nurses have the skills and knowledge base to work with any high risk baby requiring skilled nursing care.
Our registered nurses have worked with babies who have needed additional monitoring after being discharged home from the NICU, as well as babies with tracheostomies, nasogastric (NG) tubes, gastric (G) tubes, and cleft lip/palate, in addition to many other extraordinary circumstances.
Our RNs can provide comfort, education, and the skilled care you and your baby need in order to create a safe and healthy environment for your growing baby.