For Women

CARE Midwives provide



Advice, information & support to plan for:

  • Your pregnancy
  • Your labour and birth
  • Breastfeeding
  • Being home with your new baby and
  • Becoming parents.

Promoting & monitoring the wellbeing of you and your baby.

Debrief previous experiences and ask questions.




Benefits include:

Two midwives on call for your labour and birth

Labour and birth in comforatable, familiar surroundings

No separation from support people

Reduces infection risk and advserse outcomes

Decreases need for intervention & pain relief

Improved breastfeeding rates

Homebirth is not everyone’s cup of tea, but if you are interested, please see the Birth at Home tab for more info!


Breastfeeding advice and support

Birth debriefing and celebration

Maintain and support your health and healing post-bith

Help you to get to know your baby: cues, settling, sleep, general care

Well-baby check, weighs, oral assessment

Support from IBCLC Lactation Consultant

Hire or purchase SPECTRA breast pumps/parts



Sessions can be arranged 1 on 1 or in a group and can cover:

Knowing your body during pregnancy and birth

Understanding hospital practices & your options

Preparing to breastfeed

The fourth trimester:

  • What to expect
  • Sleep and settling
  • Baby massage
  • Baby first aid
  • New parents’groups




Contact us to organise a home visit.


Birth at home

CARE midwifery provides birth at home depending on your individual circumstances.  Ali or Mel will utilise their high level knowledge and skills to provide you with the best advice and care.

Services are limited by distance and availability.

Please contact us by email for more information