IN-HOME POSTPARTUM CARE
●Youhujia maternity matron.
1. Refined puerperium care.
Cleaning for the mum, assistance in applying belly girdle (if necessary), lochia observation, washing mum’s clothes, cleaning and disinfection of mum and baby’s room.
Guidance for breastfeeding and lactation, assistance in baby nursing, comforting, bathing, dressing up, diaper changing and washing, cleaning and disinfection of baby’s room.
2. Puerperium healthcare.
Breast massage to keep the mammary glands in good condition, breast cleaning before nursing, prevention and treatment of cracked nipples, observation and care of wounds.
Prepare postpartum meals and nutritional soup.
Puerperium mood management.
Help mums restore original body shape and offer postpartum psychological counseling.
3. Baby care and early education.
Professional baby care: bath, massage, temperature and weight measurement, observation for physical abnormalities, diaper cleaning and disinfection, baby clothes laundry, nursing bottle sterilization.
Body care: baby skin care, care of the eyes, ears, nose, and belly button, oral cleaning and care, observation and care in the case of red buttocks, nappy rash, fever, diarrhea, constipation, and crying.
Handling of common problems: belly button care, observation and care in the case of nappy rash, thrush, jaundice, and other common issues.
Potential development: Passive exercise, exercise for good limb coordination, assisted baby swimming, training of the senses such as hearing, vision, and touch, early intelligence development.
2. Daily baby care.
Sleep care, sleep habit formation, urine and stool observation and cleaning, bath and body care, cleaning of the eyes, ears, and nose, daily oral care, daily housekeeping, daily disinfection of baby’s tableware, toy disinfection and storage, laundry, washing and sun drying of bed sheets, and preparation for outings.
2. Guide for baby vaccination.
Vaccination observation, reminders, warnings, etc.; understanding baby’s mood, guide towards good character, care for common diseases.
3. Science-based baby feeding.
Proper formula feeding, age-based supplementary food preparation and feeding (six types), balanced diet, the formation of good eating habits.
4. Baby potential development.
Training of hearing, touch, and vision; formation of good life habits, social skill training, EQ training, fine motor training, large motor training, cognitive training, language training.
5. Early education and development.
Large motor and fine motor training: active and passive exercises, as well as imitation exercises, to teach the baby how to hold up its head, sit, crawl, stand, walk, run, jump, etc.
6. Baby’s EQ development.
7. Helping the baby to form daily routines, social skills, and a good mood.
8. Improve the baby’s cognitive and language development by training vision, touch, and hearing.
9. Helping the baby to learn to take care of him/herself.