Frequently Asked Questions
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What is the difference between Night Nannies, Newborn Care Specialists, Baby Nurses, and Maternity Nurses?
Within the Colorado area, the terms Night Nanny, Newborn Care Specialist, and Baby Nurse all tend to mean the same thing – a person who works a specific overnight shift helping with a newborn, and then go homes in the morning. However, the definition of a Baby Nurse can vary depending on what part of the country you are located. For most places, a Baby Nurse means a Night Nanny, but there can be localities where it is related to a licensed RN (Registered Nurse) or LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse), who works as “Baby Nurse” that provides infant care. Sometimes Baby Nurses or Maternity Nurses will also provide temporary live-in care. All these positons offer care directly following the birth and bring extensive knowledge with basic infant care, and postpartum mother care.