These team members have a minimum of nanny experience with babies under 4 months old, SIDS training, CPR certification, and postpartum doula or newborn care specialist training. They have between 35-40 hours of continuing education and have been mentored by our owner and founder of QCNC. Level I newborn specialists are great for parents wanting an extra set of hands from someone with more knowledge than a newborn nanny!
Starts at $21 per hour
Level I team members do not work independently with triplets
These team members have 2+ years of experience with babies under 1 month old, SIDS training, CPR certification, and postpartum doula training, newborn care specialist training or are RNs/LPNs. They also have 40+ hours of additional continuing education. They have twin and/or triplet experience, as well as experience with high needs babies or unique situations.
Starts at $25 per hour
Please inquire about higher order multiples
These team members are our experts. Beyond postpartum doula training, newborn care specialist training, or RN/LPN licensing, they have advanced training in sleep coaching, lactation, postpartum mood disorders, have twin and triplet experience, as well as experience with high needs babies and unique situations. They have 100+ hours of continuing education.
We offer care 7 days a week, day or night!
We have postpartum doulas, newborn care specialists, licensed practical nurses, or registered nurses on the team that specialize in working with newborns for the first few months of their life. All team members hired by QCNC have different strengths, so if you have a particular area you're concerned about (such as breastfeeding, multiples experience, postpartum mood disorders, or medical needs), we can find someone with experience to match!
Travel + Live-In Care
We offer live-in care for a minimum of 72 hours. This includes 4 hours off each day to shower and rest. This is a great option for parents recovering from a cesarean section, no family in town to help, or a family expecting multiples.
With traveling, all airfare, lodging, meals, and transportation fees will be paid by the family. An overnight flat rate is required if her services are not needed in the evenings. A minimum of 8 hours per day of paid work is required and those hours can be split at the discretion of the family and the newborn specialist (for example – 4 hours every morning and 4 hours every evening, 8 hour overnight shifts, 8 hour daytime shifts, etc). Great for a family going on a vacation or parents who have to travel for work and are breastfeeding or don't want to be away from their little one.