A Better Me promoteswomen's pregnancy by providing Community Health Workers who act as a "bridge" between women and their familities and healthcare. Whether you are pregnant, recently gave birth, or planning to have a baby in the future, Community Heal
This page covers all things newborns, including adoption, breastfeeding, infant care, Apgar scores, and much more. It also links to related articles about conditions common in newborns, home safety, vaccines, and parenting.
Newborn screening is the practice of testing every newborn for certain harmful or potentially fatal disorders that aren't otherwise apparent at birth. With a simple blood test, doctors often can tell whether newborns have certain conditions that eventually could cause problems.
We are a team of compassionate specialists who provide "non-medical" and "at home" companion service to assist people of all ages - seniors, elderly, homebound, injured, children. Our companions are screened and trained before placement with background checks. (732) 400-7833. Our services include:
Pick up Services for Prescriptions
Grocery Shopping & Errands
Meal Planning and Preparation
Grooming, Dressing, Mouth/Denture Care
Newborn and Postpartum Assistance
Baby Sitting (from potty trained up to 12 years old)
Social Interaction and other activites of daily living
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