Doula Services

TTMF List of Baby Nurses and Doulas

TTMF maintains a private list of baby nurses and doulas that have been recommended by families in the Fairfield County area who have had a premature baby. This list can be obtained by the calling our office at (203) 202-9714, or if you are in Norwalk or Stamford hospitals, the nurses station has the list.

MothersCare Doula Services, LLC of Greater Connecticut

motherscaredoula.com

The founders, Sheila Marley and Susan S. Keeney, were inspired to create MothersCare after the birth of Susan's twins in November of 1992. They are based in Stratford and offer doula services throughout Connecticut and Westchester County, NY.

Doulas of North America (DONA)

www.dona.org/mothers

An international association of doulas who are trained to provide high quality emotional, physical and educational support to women and their families during childbirth and postpartum.

The content of TTMF.org is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended, and should not be used, to replace the advice of healthcare professionals. All medical advice, care, treatment, questions and decisions should be thoroughly discussed with your personal physician(s).

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The Tiny Miracles Foundation

381 Post Road, 2nd Floor Darien, CT 06820
phone (203) 202-9714 ttmf.org info@ttmf.org

The Tiny Miracles Foundation is a not-for-profit organization recognized as tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3).
Our mission is to help families of infants born prematurely in Fairfield County, Connecticut.


The Tiny Miracles Foundation, Inc. (“TTMF”) is a volunteer-based organization that provides emotional support, practical assistance, supplies and information to parents of children born prematurely. TTMF does not provide medical advice or services. The contents of www.ttmf.org, our online community, our brochure, and/or other TTMF materials, services and offerings are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended, and should not be used, to replace the advice of healthcare professionals. All medical care, treatment, services, questions and decisions should be discussed thoroughly with your personal physician(s).