Welcome to N.E.S.S.T. (Newborn and Expecting Support Services and Training), your beacon in the wondrous voyage of early parenthood, launching in late 2023. Our dedicated N.E.S.S.T. nurses, beyond being registered professionals, are your neonatal experts, lactation consultants, and sleep specialists. Whether it's face-to-face support, virtual guidance, or preparing for your little one's arrival, they’re here to empower you with tailored advice and comfort. At the core of N.E.S.S.T. is a community spirit, where we walk hand-in-hand with you on this transformative journey, ensuring you feel equipped, understood, and confident.
Servicing the beautiful Mornington Peninsula area. If you are outside the Mornington Peninsula, please send us a message by clicking here and we will reach out to you to discuss your needs. A travel surcharge may apply for travel outside the Mornington Peninsula.
We understand that one of the most challenging aspects of having a newborn baby is sleep. We are here to help with settling techniques, advice on safe sleeping and establishing a routine your family is comfortable with.
NESST provides a service for families that need support in caring for their baby - from day to day needs such as bathing and dressing to getting out and about. A NESST nurse can help advise you on every tasks such as feeding and sleeping challenges.
We provide in-home breastfeeding support including addressing imperative issues such as establishing breastfeeding, feeding concerns, low supply and expressing.
Helping build confidence prior to the arrival of your little one with expert advice on setting up the nursery, preparing for your hospital stay, getting ready to breastfeed or bottle feed as well as safe sleeping education.
A service for families who have a baby in hospital or a baby that is expected to be admitted to hospital post delivery. We provide support and education during this time. Advice on what to expect, how to prepare for a premature baby or medically complex baby to come home, expressing and establishing breastfeeding in small or premature babies.