Newborn care

Are you concerned about your newborn’s well-being or development?  On a daily basis, your little one can awaken all your feelings from celebration to concern.

Well child from the beginning

Your first weeks together are filled with changes and challenges. Gentle interventions can help your newborn arrive into her new world with ease.

You can offer your baby playful, essential developmental activities from the beginning and going forward through the first year. Get parenting help when you’re facing hard issues. 

Signs for concern

  • Tilted head
  • Ridges, flat areas & uneven shape of head
  • Uneven eyes, ears, face
  • Uneven movement of arms or legs
  • Tense body or hands

Colic & sleep

  • Inconsolable crying
  • Screaming
  • Baby needs constant attention to sleep 


  • Baby is struggling to feed well
  • Mom is in pain
  • Low milk supply

Difficult start

  • Concerns for baby in pregnancy
  • Difficult birth
  • Heavy bruising at birth
  • Coning at birth
  • Medical procedures

Best start for baby

  • Well baby care
  • Help with tummy time 
  • Developmental support

Developmental delay

  • Prematurity
  • Genetic anomalies 

Growing in well-being

Through the first year your baby undergoes major developmental stages in every aspect of their being. Your baby’s emerging mind develops through movement, touch and relationship. Essential developmental movements in the first year support their emerging mind and physicality. As parents you can provide the best start for your baby in simple play activities.

Baby tense & nursing painful after a difficult birth

Our son had a tough birth. It often hurt me when he nursed, especially on one side. Jonah frequently seemed uncomfortable and didn’t like being touched on one side of his neck. After our first session I realized it didn’t hurt to nurse anymore. After our second session, Jonah’s digestive system was much better, and he started sleeping better. Jonah now is much more relaxed and content in his body. –  Alicia Dunning

Nursing joy

Nursing sessions were shorter and settled into a rhythm, so we all got more sleep after your home visit.

– Nicole and Sophia

Help for your child’s journey