What I Can Offer...
I strongly believe every woman who wants a doula should have one.
If you are in need of a lower fee, we will simply discuss what you can afford. Did you know that many insurances now cover birth and postpartum doula services, under Health and Wellness Benefits.
Please call your insurance provider to know your coverage.
Virtual Support Package: $795.00
(3 installments of $265.00, first payment is the signing of contract deposit)
Unlimited phone, text email support, two Zoom prenatals, early labour support, on call day or night, unlimited PP support for breastfeeding, newborn care, emotional support and any needs for the first 6 weeks.
Birth Package: $950.00
Two prenatal visits to your home, unlimited phone and email support, on-call support, labour and birth support, pictures, printed Birth Timeline and one to two postpartum visits to help with transition to home and breastfeeding support.
Birth and PP Package: $1250.00
Two prenatal visits to your home, unlimited phone and email support, on-call support, labour and birth support, pictures, printed Birth Timeline, PLUS 10 hours of Postpartum support, to help with transition to home, extended breastfeeding support, newborn care and mama care.
Postpartum Packages: $395-$750
In-Home postpartum, breastfeeding support, newborn care, Mama support
12 Hour Pkg (4 shifts) – $395.00
24 Hour Pkg (8 shifts) – $750.00
By the hour (min 3 hr shifts) – $34/hr
Overnight Support: $32/hr
Letting parents sleep, feeding and caring for baby/babies. Sleep is Gold!
8 Hour Shifts (ie. 10pm – 6am)
Refund Policy and Limitation of Service
100% Refundable if contract is cancelled before 1st visit.
50% of payment is due upon signing of the contract (non-refundable after first prenatal visit)
Remaining 50% of payment is due at 37 weeks (non-refundable – if birth is missed by your doula or back up doula due to a rapid labour or an unplanned/or planned cesarean, you will receive same day immediate Postpartum care support hours in lieu at the hospital. Non-refundable if it was due to failure to call.)
Limitations of Service
If labour begins before the on-call period, the doula and/or her back-up will make every effort to attend the birth. The doula does not perform clinical tasks (such as blood pressure, fetal heart checks, vaginal exams, etc); does not speak to medical staff on your behalf; she will discuss concerns with you and help clarify options; will not make decisions for you.