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COVID19 and Newborn Care Best Practices

COVID19 and Newborn Care Best Practices for our Night Nurses and Postpartum Caregivers working in the family home have been updated as the coronavirus pandemic evolves. Vaccinations are now widely available and covid19 testing easily accessible, so we’re able to service more families while still remaining vigilant with safety. Below is a breakdown of our […]

Flu Shots and COVID: Yes, We Need Both Vaccines!

Flu Shots and COVID vaccines are powerful health tools that keep us safe. Our resident expert, Public Health Nurse and Infection Prevention Specialist, Laura Hegarty-Moore explains why both are important to good health, and dispels some common myths about flu shots and COVID. Why is it more important than ever to get your flu vaccine […]

How to Wear and Care for Your Mask

Masks are effective at preventing the spread of covid19 and other airborne illnesses when worn and stored properly. Know how to wear and care for your mask to stay safe: Instead of simply saying Wear a mask! we’d like to say, Wear a mask…properly!   Here are the most effective ways to wear a mask when out in public: […]

Q&A for Postpartum Workers During Covid19: the CARES Act, Essential Work and Unemployment

Newborn care providers and other 1099 care workers such as postpartum doulas who have lost work due to covid19 are now able to file for unemployment benefits. The temporary change is part of the $2.2 trillion stimulus package titled Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security or CARES act.  Caregivers are also eligible for stimulus checks if they earn less than $99,000 […]

Pregnancy and Postpartum Resources during COVID19

Since this was first written, we’ve taken to calling it “COVID” instead of coronavirus and have updated as needed. The information remains the same however and Pregnancy and Postpartum Resources during COVID19 includes evidence-based information for expecting and new parents. We will continue to provide information from primary sources on our Facebook and Twitter feeds and we […]