New Born Baby And Mother Care At Home

New Born Baby And Mother Care in Kolkata

The prime aim of the New Born Baby Care and Mother Care is to advise on planning of postnatal care, education and support required during the postnatal period A lot of care and attention is given to new born baby, which is indeed important and duly needed, although so is the importance of a post delivery care for the .

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Benefits New Born Baby And Mother Care At Home

After assessing the children at 10 years of age, the researchers found benefits for those who had skin-to-skin care, including better maternal attachment behavior, reduced maternal anxiety, enhanced child cognitive development, and mother-child reciprocity.

Medical & Non-Medical Services We offer

Examples of Medical & Non-medical Services:

Depending on patients’ needs and Doctor recommendations, a complete  healthcare package will be made for each patient, that will include services such as:

Physiotherapy at Home 

Doctor Home Visit  

Lab Test 

Specialist Consultation and Much More
  

Personal Care and Companionship services may include: Assistance with self-care, such as grooming, bathing, dressing, and using the toilet

Flexible & Well-Suited Services

The many different types of Mother & Baby care available to families, be more or less relevant depending on elders’ needs and desires. Also more likely to be manageable and suitable about service hours. Day programs are a good option for elders who do not require round-the-clock check up.

New Born Baby And Mother Care at Home: Our Packages

Visit 4 Hours Package

Post delivery mother care
Massage
Emotional support for postpartum depression.
Postoperative Recovery
New born baby care
Massages and Postnatal Exercises. 
Lactation
Breastfeeding care
Personalized Care
Doctor visit during the first month
Telephonic Consultations with Doctors 
Advisory Support on Lactation, Nutrition and Postnatal Recovery.

Full Day 10 Hours Package

Post delivery mother care
Massage
Emotional support for postpartum depression.
Postoperative Recovery
New born baby care
Massages and Postnatal Exercises. 
Lactation
Breastfeeding care
Personalized Care
Doctor visit during the first month
Telephonic Consultations with Doctors 
Advisory Support on Lactation, Nutrition and Postnatal Recovery.

Night 12 Hours Package

Post delivery mother care
Massage
Emotional support for postpartum depression.
Postoperative Recovery
New born baby care
Massages and Postnatal Exercises. 
Lactation
Breastfeeding care
Personalized Care
Doctor visit during the first month
Telephonic Consultations with Doctors 
Advisory Support on Lactation, Nutrition and Postnatal Recovery.

Stay At Home 24 Hours Package

Post delivery mother care
Massage
Emotional support for postpartum depression.
Postoperative Recovery
New born baby care
Massages and Postnatal Exercises. 
Lactation
Breastfeeding care
Personalized Care
Doctor visit during the first month
Telephonic Consultations with Doctors 
Advisory Support on Lactation, Nutrition and Postnatal Recovery.

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Shift Timing

Short Visits

Hourly/Short Visits

Day Shift

6 Hours to 12 Hours

Night Shift

Night - 12 Hours

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24 Hours Resident

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New Born Baby And Mother Care at Home: Why Choose Us?

COMPASSION

There is often emotional, physical and financial stress associated with using home health care. Our clinical professionals, home health aides and office staff are fully aware that you need your questions answered and your medical needs attended to. They also know it’s important to do so in a manner that makes you feel comfortable and helps you or your loved one live the best life possible. 

UNDERSTANDING

We understand that you and your loved ones live in the real world, dealing with all of life’s ups and downs. We understand when your parents want to live in their own home but you can’t be with them all the time. We understand when your wife will need help getting around, bathing and taking care of her wounds after she leaves the hospital. We understand when your father is cranky because he needs to give up his favorite foods, now that he’s been diagnosed with heart failure and diabetes. No matter your situation, we understand how to provide the highest quality home health care when, where and how you need it.

AVAILABILITY, 24/7

We are always available when you need us, where you need us whether you have planned in advance for home health care or face a crisis and need an immediate solution. Our staff can be reached all day and night, all week, every day of the year, including holidays. And we have the resources to provide you with care, no matter what. For example, if your nurse is sick, you won’t go without the services you require—we can send in a back-up at a moment’s notice. 

SERVICES

Too often, home health care is misunderstood as being just for older people. We do offer more senior care services than any other home health care organization in KOLKATA—but Vision Homecare provides much more. We have services for pregnant women and their newborns, for children suffering from chronic illnesses and for adults of any age recovering from surgery. We provide skilled nursing care, rehabilitation therapy (physical, occupational and speech therapy), mental health counseling and, at the end of life, hospice and bereavement services. 

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FAQs On New Born Baby And Mother Care at Home

Care of all newborns includes immediate and thorough drying, skin to skin contact of the newborn with the mother, cord clamping and cutting after the first minutes after birth, early initiation of breastfeeding, and exclusive breastfeeding.

Feeding
  • Lots of bibs.
  • Burp cloths.
  • Breast pump.
  • Milk storage containers (here are some essential safety tips on storing breastmilk)
  • Nursing pillow.
  • Nursing bras (if buying before baby is born, buy one cup size larger than your pregnant bra size)
  • Breast pads (disposable or washable)
  • Lotion for sore nipples.

What happens straight after birth will depend on your labour, how your baby is born, and how quickly your baby adapts to life outside the womb. Most babies breathe and cry within a few seconds of being born. … The midwife will dry your baby while your baby is on you, and cover you both with a warm blanket or towels.

Doctors now know that newly born babies probably feel pain. … “So it may be that a baby does feel pain while she’s going through the birth canal — but no one knows for sure.

Newborn babies who are getting formula will likely take about 2–3 ounces every 2–4 hours. Newborns should not go more than about 4–5 hours without feeding.

The First Tub Bath
  1. Using a washcloth or baby bath sponge, wash the face and hair. …
  2. Use water or a cleanser designed for babies. …
  3. To keep baby warm during the bath, cup your hand to let handfuls of water wash over baby’s chest.
  4. Gently pat baby dry. …
  5. Now it’s time for a fresh diaper.

If parents meet their children’s five basic needs, they will be on the path to succeed in school and life. The five basic needs are life, caring, control, purpose, and happiness.

How Long Does Postpartum Bleeding Last? Postpartum bleeding usually lasts for up to four to six weeks after the birth. The bleeding is heavier and more intense in the first few days after you’ve had your baby, but you should notice the lochia gradually decrease as time goes on.

According to most pediatric health experts, infants can be taken out in public or outside right away as long as parents follow some basic safety precautions. There’s no need to wait until 6 weeks or 2 months of age. Getting out, and in particular, getting outside in nature, is good for parents and babies.

  1. Feed when your baby is in an active sleep period — or REM sleep. …
  2. Slowly unswaddle him. …
  3. Change his diaper, singing a song or stroking his hands and the soles of his feet.
  4. Hold your baby upright, which usually causes newborns to open their eyes.
  5. Dim the lights. …
  6. Be sociable.
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