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Why I cannot get Martin Luther King out of my mind!

Posted on July 28, 2013 at 9:25 AM

Six years ago, I had a dream, just like Martin Luther as he said in one of his speeches :

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.s "

 

My dream was different. After recognising the gap in care for expectant and new parents in the United States compared to most other first world countries, my vision was to be able to offer the same level of professional, qualified care when you bring your baby home:) Having given birth to my twin sons in the United Kingdom, I feel every new parent in the US should get the same level of quality care and qualified help:)

 

In most other first world states, a midwife and social services make several home visits paid for by the State to new parents, but not in the US:(Bearing this in mind, or therapist, Alisa Hafkin can come to your rescue:)

 

Up until 2007, the only option parents in the East Coast of America had when they bring their baby home is to hire a Baby Nurse at a cost of $250-$450/a day payable in cash. Baby Nurses are not qualified and I recognized the need to find Nurse, legally authorised to use the term 'Nurse' to work with new parents. We are at the forefront of now working with US Trained Nurses led by our Maternity Nurse Consultant, Magdala Fabre, RN:)

 

Our latest addition to the team, Lisa Shulman joined our team having felt very passionate about our cause to ensure the safety of all children in the United States and shares our vision and supports our campaign to offer every expectant and new parent in the United States what they need to bring up the next generation of the United States:)

 

I will pen off with another quote from Martin Luther King

 

"History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people.":)

 

We look forward to heping many more expectant and new parents in years to come and to be able to offer qualified professional help for every parent in the US when they bring their baby home:) Taking this opportunity to thank our loyal Clients, our amazing Nannies, our partners, friends and fans from all over the world - without whom we would not be able to fight our campaigns:)

 

 

 

 

Categories: Martin Luther, Maternity Nurse, Newborn care

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