The Colorado Newborn Difference
Expert, Professional and Personalized Newborn Care
We are honored that you have chosen Colorado Newborn to join you on this beautiful adventure. All of our Newborn Care Specialists are committed to excellence in providing you with the support you need. Colorado Newborn is dedicated to connecting families with the best Newborn Care Specialists in the country.
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Newborn Care Specialist
Infant specific training
5-7 overnight per week
24 hour care
6 weeks to 6 months
Common (and uncommon) medical issues
Committed to establishing healthy long-term sleep habits and routine
Trained to support your entire family
Work as a team with parents
PPMD specific training
Infant feeding support
Daytime or overnight support
1-5 shifts per week
Trained as both a Newborn Care Specialist and a Postpartum Doula.
Focus on parent education
PPMD specific training
Can easily transition between the care you need on any given day.
24/7 support as well as daytime and overnight support,
5-7 nights/wk for 6 weeks to 6 months.
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