A personal one to one consultation in your home lasting up to three hours. Many parents find this option is enough to sort it all and the continued support afterwards is flexible and unlimited for a 3 week period.
Part 1- A face to face visit to start the ball rolling. While observing daily life in your home like doing a feed together, your child may eat a meal, take a nap, play, etc. During this time questions will be asked and answered. A personalised plan is made and a comprehensive solution will be given to your child or children's individual and family needs.
Part 2 - Continued support for three weeks afterwards. The first few days the contact is at least once a day via a What's App family group, phone, messaging, email, etc. The support continues for three weeks, however, the parent is able to make contact day or night, any number of times. The help is totally flexible and unrestricted.
Part 3 - (Optional) An extension of help for a further three weeks from £50. This can continue for as long as you want it to and is particuarly helpful for very young babies.
The same service as option 1 but on Skype or Facetime from £285. The consultation is very informal and if the parent has to attend to their children during the course of the meeting this is fine. Brenda has done Skype to over 15 countries worldwide and around the UK. It has proved to be a very successful way of reaching more families.
Overnight support for a minimum of two nights, hours to be arranged with you from £275 per night.
Week by week night nursing for regular advice, support and a full nights sleep from £150 per night. Nights and hours can be flexible to your individual needs. This can continue for as long as you want and for any number of nights each week until your baby sleeps through the night and you have a good routine in place day and night.
A 24 hour period of practical help and guidance from £525.
A telephone call followed by a week of support from £75.
"Brenda is a real professional and we trusted her completely. She had a gently caring but firm approach which we would affectionately (and respectfully) describe as old school." Dr. Matthew Harris, North London.
Whichever option you choose the advice will be clear and easy to follow. Brenda will talk ahead so you are aware of the changes and how you can 'tweek' the routine ahead.
Brenda extends her support by putting you in touch with other parents who are having similar challenges.