What is Angels on Call?
Angels On Call is a postpartum home care service. We provide a special kind of support for the family. Our professional name is "Doula" which means one who mothers the mother. Families need a lot of pampering following the birth of a baby and that’s what we provide at Angels On Call.
What do we do for the family?
Angels On Call is professionally trained in breast-feeding support. We provide instruction and guidance in newborn care, scheduling and hygiene, we answer questions and give emotional support. We provide planned time with siblings, run errands, light housekeeping and assist in handling calls and visitors. With so many years of experience we can help get baby on a great nighttime schedule.
When and how to arrange for an Angel On Call?
Please submit our online questionnaire so we can set up a time to meet the family. This allows us to best evaluate your needs and get your due date on our calendar. We are aware of special circumstances in which we need to accommodate last minute and we try to prepare for this also.
What does it cost?
Contracts are flexible and may vary in length depending on your circumstances. At the facetime visit a $150 booking fee will be collected. Additional time may be added to the contract at a cost of $22-27 per hour depending on mileage and services needed. We also provide overnight service from $176 per night, based on the services needed. If more time is needed just let us know, we are here to serve you and your family. We also charge a 20-drive charge if distance is over 20 miles one way. Weekend nights (fri and sat) are also an additional $20 per night.
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Angels On Call
Angels On Call has been in business for more than 25 years serving new parents and babies in the Atlanta area. Sheryl started this company after realizing the great need for new parents to have in-home help after the birth of their babies. Angels on call does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. Over the years, we have helped over 2,000 babies and their parents make a successful entrance to the rest of their lives together!
More recently, we have come to the realization families do not only need help with newborns, but the elderly as well. We are now on our sixth year of providing expanded elder care service!