As a night maternity nurse, more commonly known as a night nanny, I usually arrive at between 8 and 10 pm to start a 8-12 hour shift. Once I come into your home, I will take responsibility for your baby and help your baby to sleep through the night.
I will assist parents with all duties relating to their newborn, including feeding (breast or bottle), implementing a routine, teaching first-time parents to care for their baby or just giving you the possibility to have a night with unbroken sleep.
I have recent experience working as a night maternity nurse for single and twin babies in London and overseas.
Night maternity nurses or night nannies are self-employed. I charge a gross hourly rate, and I am responsible for my taxes and national insurance. I charge a minimum of 8 hours per night.
I have a recent paediatric first aid certificate and DBS check.
Disclaimer: Please note that my advice and guidance are based on my training and experience working with children and parents. I am not medically qualified, and you should always consult your GP or healthcare professional if you are concerned about your child.
*Maternity Practitioners/Newborn care specialists are commonly known as maternity or baby nurses, however, I am not medically trained as a nurse. The wording ‘maternity nurse’ is mainly used for keyword and search engine rankings.