Let Nightingale Nannies Help.
With passion in their hearts, Nightingale Nannies want parents to feel at ease and satisfied with their service. Nightingale Nannies want to decrease the stress that a newborn may bring; such as sleep deprivation, anxiety, postpartum blues and/or depression. They would like to offer the parents piece of mind, so that they can sleep and be energized for the next day.
All of their nannies have medical or newborn care backgrounds. Nightingale Nannies are combination of nannies that are Registered nurses (RN), Licensed nurses (LPN), Patient care assistants (PCA), Registered/Certified medical assistants (RMA/CMA), Social Workers, Licensed childcare providers, nursing students and early child education students. Nightingale Nannies hold up to date BLS/CPR certificates and attend continual education classes and seminars on maternity, newborn, and pediatric care.
All parents are offered a FREE meet and greet with a consultant before services are provided. In this meeting, the parents will be able to express what their wants and needs are. Pricing and additional services can be discussed at this time.
No monthly fee, no registration fee, no hidden costs. Pay only for services received
In-home nanny service with no concierge service. Nanny will keep record of daily activities, wash bottles, and wash dirty linen for child, if needed.
In-home nanny service with no concierge service. Nanny will keep record of daily activities, wash bottles, and wash dirty linen for child, if needed
Parents Night Out
Service provided for parents who need to get away for >5 hours. Their specialist will come to your home to care for your infant and/or child until you return. This offers the infant or child decreased separation anxiety because they are in their own home.
Baby’s First Day Home
This nanny is set up at least two days before you get discharged from the hospital. They offer their services all night and half of the day. Nightingale Nannies help mom establish routines they learned from the hospital and help them to develop their own.
“Promoting Safe to Sleep”