Sooner State Doula offers a free phone or in person consultation for all services. This is a chance for us to meet and see if our services are right for you. All services may be paid with a payment plan that best fits your families budget. There are payment options available to those in need, please contact me for more info.
As a postpartum doula my job is to nurture the entire family as they transition into life with a new baby. This would include doing things to help mom and dad feel more confident in their roles, sharing education on family adjustment, and tending to the unique needs of a new mother. Postpartum services are especially popular after a traumatic birth, the birth of multiples, or for large families.
Some of the duties that I may perform include:
Breastfeeding support and instruction
Day and overnight care
Baby soothing skills
Meal preparation and light housekeeping
Referrals to local resources
Help with the emotional and physical recovery after birth
The Best Start - First Week Postpartum Package $180 Enjoy ten hours of daytime postpartum care, set to the schedule that works best for you. Here are three examples of utilization of the best start package.
Happy Parents, Happy Baby - First Two Weeks Postpartum Package $450 This package includes 25 hours of daytime postpartum care. Here are 3 examples of utilization of the happy parents, happy baby package.
Good Night, Sleep Tight! - $1,150 Enjoy a full restful nights sleep with this deluxe overnight package which includes 32 hours of overnight care. Here are two examples of utilization of the good night, sleep tight package.
Four 8 hour overnight shifts
Three 10 hour overnight shifts + 2 hour check in at weeks end
Postpartum doula services can also billed on an hourly basis with a three hour minimum for day shifts ($20/hour) and an eight hour minimum for overnight shifts ($40/hour). Scheduling is done on a first-come, first-served basis.
Because no two families’ postpartum needs are exactly alike, hours can vary greatly from client to client. Ultimately it is the needs of the family that will determine what type of postpartum care is needed and for how long, and I will adapt both the type and amount of services I provide to meet your unique postpartum needs.