Our Kinder Maternity Nurses love babies! In fact, they love YOUR babies!

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KINDER Maternity Nurse agency in London has great selection of experienced and friendly maternity nurses. KINDER maternity nurses love newborn babies and are skilled in supporting mother/ parents at this important time. Our Maternity Nurses impart their vital knowledge and help the essential bond to develop between new baby, his/her mummy & daddy and any siblings.

Why employ a Maternity Nurse?

Having a baby usually happens only  a few times in your lifetime. It is one of the most amazing events in your life, but conversely it can also be a tense and stressful time. This is a time when you need to access experienced, reliable advice and hands on support. Which  needs to be immediately at hand. Realistically, not all fathers can take time off to be at home after a birth and many work very long days. Furthermore, with the generation gap widening, many grandparents are becoming too old to be hands-on help to new parents, and many live too far away.

Father At Home With Sleeping Newborn Baby Daughter

Babies, and in particular newborns, are very much a separate category in childcare and caring for a new baby correctly does require a good amount of specialist knowledge and experience. Kinder's Private Maternity Nurses have a wealth of documented experience in baby-care. Furthermore they have qualifications and training in newborn baby-care. Our newborn specialists are also good with people; with bountiful empathy, kindness and patience. They are the Experts but you are the Client and you are in charge; our maternity nurses will not forget this!

Choose a Maternity Nurse

We are lead by you; you tell us what you feel is particularly important to you in a maternity nurse and we propose the candidates. We will put forward as many excellent maternity nurses as you need, until you find the one who is right for you. 

You will be provided with the full CVs of the maternity nurse. This will list their previous jobs, the types of bookings they have covered. They will include details of all special training and qualifications and experience such as with twins or other multiples.

All maternity nurses are experienced in complaints commonly afflicting babies; such as jaundice, tongue-tie or reflux and those affecting the mother; such as mastitis and other breastfeeding issues. Our MN's also have experience in supporting the dad - did you know dads can get the baby blues too?

Kinder Nannies checks references and documentation of your maternity nurse, so you have complete peace of mind. We like to work with our top maternity nurses regularly, so that we know them particularly well and can be very confident in their abilities.

The maternity nurse will support you and guide you but will not enforce their ideas onto you, if your opinion differs.

What you need to know about maternity nurses:

  • It's important to book your maternity nurse as many months in advance as possible. Really good maternity nurses are booked quite far in advance.
  • Kinder Maternity Nurse agency can provide you with an arrangement which perfectly suits your requirements. That may be a nurse working 24/6 or 24/7. Your maternity nurse can be with baby all the time, or part of the time, it is completely up to you. You may wish to share baby's care, or simply let your maternity nurse take charge, or have your MN play a supporting role, where she can take over whenever you need.
  • Maternity nurses can be engaged for 1 week, 1 month or 6 months. All these are normal. If you anticipate needing 24/7 care for months, you may consider engaging 2 MNs on a rota.
  • Most MNs will live in for the time they work  for you. They will need their own bedroom for the day/days off.
  • You may be completely new to maternity nurses, but do not worry, your MN has worked for many other families and know how the arrangement works well. You can relax and focus on yourself and bonding with baby, your MN can look after everything else.
  • It is important to discuss your ideas and preferences and your parenting style before you engage your preferred maternity nurse. This ensures that you are broadly in agreement, which is conducive to a happy, supportive working arrangement.
  • You will find our Maternity Nurses to be very skilled, experienced, caring as well as diplomatic, tactful and understanding of their position -You are the parents!
  • Did you know that many of our top maternity nurses are actually qualified nurses and qualified midwives? You and your baby could not be in better hands!
  • How much do Maternity Nurses charge? This depends on the role and expectations and also varies greatly depending on the MN's experience and qualifications. Generally anything from £200 - £300 per 24hr shift.
  • Our International Maternity Nurses are happy to work for you wherever you are in the world; Switzerland, Germany, London, Dubai, Russia.
  • Our top maternity nurses regularly work for the highest profile families, royalty, celebrities and UHNW families. They treat everyone with kindness and professionalism and are absolutely discreet.
  • Our maternity nurses have no problem signing a NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) for your complete peace of mind.

How to get the ball rolling

Simply send us your brief, send us a message, WhatsApp or call us. An experienced consultant will call you to discuss your situation and your needs. You then sit back and relax while we send you details of our suitable maternity nurses who are available for your dates.

When you have selected one of our wonderful and experienced maternity nurses, we will book them in for you and your booking is confirmed with your payment.

Why choose KINDER Maternity Nurse Agency?

We feel it is important to look beyond simply the experience and attributes of a Maternity Nurse. It is such a personal position which requires deep trust in the Maternity Nurse. Your Maternity Nurse needs to know their profession and draw on their training and experience. However they are also acutely aware of their position, and the intimate nature of the parent/maternity nurse relationship.

The nurses must be a person with whom families and in particular new mothers can click and inspire trust. KINDER is skilled in making sound judgements about people, and skilled in placing staff into Live In positions. We understand that this is an amazing and critical time of your life and as your chosen Agency we wish to support you wholeheartedly.

Maternity Nurse in London

Many of our clients live in the London area and conveniently, we have a multitude of Maternity Nurses in and around London. You can meet and interview your Maternity Nurse in person before you book them.

Kinder Nannies place Maternity Nurses throughout the London are and the UK, further we also place maternity nurses internationally. We have a great selection of bilingual maternity nurses, so whether you need a English speaking maternity nurse in Germany, or a Russian speaking maternity nurse in London, our service caters for you.

For overseas placements you would interview by video (eg. Facetime), additionally you may also arrange to fly the maternity nurse abroad to meet you for an interview in person.

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What do Maternity Nurses do?

Maternity nurse holding newborn babyThe duty of a Maternity Nurse is to provide one to one support to the new mother, offering practical support and guidance in all aspects of new baby-care:

  • Bathing & clothing a newborn
  • Nappy changing (their experience with baby's 'deposits' can often put worried parents minds at rest)
  • How and when to put baby down to sleep: position and appropriate clothing/ blankets
  • Assisting mother in breast-feeding (rarely goes as smoothly as we are lead to believe in the NCT classes!) and advising with any issues, latching on, mastitis etc.
  • Guidance in gentle burping (release of pockets of air taken in whilst feeding).
  • If preparing some bottle feeds, the maternity nurse will show how this is done properly and safely and can teach parents how to express milk, sterilise all equipment and store expressed milk correctly.
  • They will have knowledge and experience of issues a new baby / mother may experience; such as colic, nappy rash, jaundice.
  • A maternity nurse will also know how to look after the new mother and ensure she is getting adequate, necessary rest. They are particularly helpful  in this way to mother's who have undergone a ceasarian section.
  • Vitally, a maternity nanny will also take over, during the day or night whenever the parents require it. This means the new parents can both rest and recuperate safe in the knowledge that someone kind and experienced is caring for their precious new bundle. This, for some, can be a real life saver!
  • Maternity nurse will help in these crucial early days and can make this major life event a total joy.

Is a maternity nurse just for first time mothers?

A maternity nurse is certainly not exclusively for first time mothers. Every birth and every newborn is different, even if your first baby/ies were easy a 2nd or 3rd may be a little more complicated.

Welcoming a new baby into the family is a huge event for all family members. Possibly, your older children/ toddlers may even develop some feelings of resentment towards the little newcomer, who takes up all their mummy and daddy's time! A maternity nurse is particularly helpful for taking the pressure off the new mother, allowing her to devote time to her older children/ toddlers whilst baby is being well looked after.

Maternity nurses are usually booked some time in advance; months or weeks. But if you have not already booked one, do not worry, we can still help you find a caring and experienced Maternity Nurse.

Payscale of a maternity nurse, what does a maternity nurse cost?  

  • Daily (24 hr) for a 1 baby:  £200 - £300
  • Daily (24 hr) for 2+ babies: £220 - £360

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What is the difference between a maternity nurse and a maternity nanny?

Some people use these terms interchangeably but actually they are different roles. A maternity nurse is as described above, a live in, short-term newborn specialist. A maternity nanny on the other hand does not specialise in the earliest of a newborn day's. They might start caring for the newborn from birth (together with the mother) or at a few weeks or months old. A maternity nanny has a good amount of experience with new and older babies, but does not usually have the specialist training and qualifications of a maternity nurse. Their rates are therefore lower than a maternity nurse although maybe still slightly higher than a nanny who is caring for somewhat older children. A maternity nanny will work for a family for months and even years, if the arrangement is good for both sides.

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