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Rates will vary depending client needs, number of days and hours requested. Other considerations include:
Our “Pampered Care” services are priced hourly.
What your mommy's personal assistant does changes from day to day, as the needs of the family changes. We do whatever a mother and/or father needs to best enjoy and care for her new baby or other family needs.
A large part of our role is education. We help you come up with strategies to run a more efficient household. Hey, Pamper Me! is there to make sure a new mother is nurtured, fed, well hydrated and comfortable. We also prepare meals for the rest of the family as needed.
Our support can last anywhere from one or two visits to more than three months. It is all based on each family's individual needs.
Some mommy's assistants work fulltime, with 9:30am to 2:30pm shifts. Others work three to five hour shifts during the day. Some Mommy's assistants will only do grocery shopping or cooking of meals, while other times you may need only your laundry done. It is all up to you and what you contract her to do.
The role of your Personal Assistant is to help a woman through her postpartum period and to nurture the family. Unlike a baby nurse or a nanny, your Personal Assistant focus is not solely on the baby, but on Mother first and then the entire family. The other difference is that we offer temporary services just to get you back on your feet whereas a nanny offers long term services.
Your personal assistant is there to nurture the mother and/or father and provide assistance to the family as they move into their new roles as parents. We want to make the life of soccermoms and Cub Scout dads a little easier as you taxi your kiddos from here to there.
A Mommy's Personal Assistant is there to help build a brand new mother's and/or father's self-confidence and assist in the development of parenting skills.Your personal assistant offers acceptance and a non-judgmental reassurance.
Hey, Pamper Me! does not treat postpartum depression. However, we will help by creating a safe place for the mother emotionally. Our services are designed to help prevent the onset of Postpartum Depression. Your personal assistant is there to relieve some of the pressure a new mother feels as she moves into her new responsibilities of parenting. By mothering the mother, a personal assitant makes sure that the mother feels nurtured and cared for. Your personals assistant is trained to identify warning signs of the onset of postpartum depression so she can alert family members so the family can seek outside assistance.
Your personal assitant respects the family members role and input, and suggest various approaches that will help in the nurturing the mother and the baby as well as the other children.