Would You Want Professional Help in Early Months?

Discussion in 'Baby Club' started by Taylor Davis, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. Taylor Davis

    Taylor Davis New Member

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    We are part of an MBA student group studying how to help pregnant mothers.
    We think that it would be really helpful for new mothers, especially working mothers, if they had a service (similar to Care.com) where they could get access to experienced mothers/grandmothers in their area to help them with advice, night help, light housecleaning, infant care.
    We know of no great service that offers this kind of help.
    • If there were a service like this, would you want to use it?
    • What would you use it for?
    • What is the price-point that would be right/fair for you?
    Thanks for helping us out with your feedback!
    (Please know this is not a product solicitation--this is a study into the needs of new mothers).
     
  2. noon_child

    noon_child Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like a Doula...
     
  3. topsy

    topsy Well-Known Member

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    I had BAD PND ( i was hospitalized for 3 1/2 months when d's was 9 months) i would have paid for help looking back i may not have got so stressed out-i also have physical health problems. .

    I would liked someone to just come in and sort house and help me as a first time mum get into a rotine. My auntie came round and my parents and watched d's for 3-4 hour so I could sleep he was up every 2.5 hours till 9 months when we went to hospital. So I think my psychosis was caused by sleep deprecation initially.

    Xxx
     

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