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The Role of a Maternity Nurse

Maternity Nurses sometimes known as Maternity Nannies are usually trained or experienced Nurses, Midwives or Nannies who specialise in New-born Care. They specialise in providing essential support, advice and respite to ensure that the settling in period is a smooth, relaxed and enjoyable experience for everyone involved. Some will specialise or have additional knowledge and expertise in particular areas such as twins, premature births and C-sections, special care babies, breast feeding, routine and sleep training.

Happy Feet Maternity Nurses are really well placed to give the best advice on a wide range of maternity techniques, such as how to bath and change the baby, developing feeding routines, breast or bottle feeding techniques, sleep training, dealing with post-natal depression and much more.

The Role of the Maternity Nurse

The role of the Maternity Nurse is one of support, guidance and care for both Mum and new baby. A maternity nurse can be booked from between 1 – 12 weeks or longer if needed and will work a 5 or 6 day week and be on call 24 hrs. She is able to teach and guide a new Mum giving her confidence and reassurance with her new born baby.

 

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