Wonderfully warm and professional Maternity Nurse with extensive experience, knowledge and skills in childhood and newborn care. M is highly adaptable and is comfortable with single and twin babies, is used to travelling and working with first time parents.
M started her childcare career as a nanny in 2007 and has worked with a variety of families worldwide, staying in each position for several years. She had an integral role in offering a stable and positive environment for the children in her charge. She worked closely with other household staff and often travelled with these families. During this time, she also gained knowledge and experience working with special needs children and took the time to volunteer at a special needs school in Riyadh. M began Maternity Nursing in 2014 and has taken the time to build on her knowledge and experience and completed her Maternity Nursing practitioner course in 2017.
M offers a composed and well thought-out approach to her role, she has the experience to guide mums with breast and bottle feeding, finding techniques and a routine that suits them and baby. She can implement structure to sleeping patterns and listens to parents’ wishes offering gentle and constructive advice. M is confident in her knowledge but will also seek out solutions and advice for anything she is unsure of, ensuring the families she works with receive all the information they need.
M is hard-working and pro-active, adaptable, and discreet. She takes pride in her work and holds herself to a high standard. M is naturally engaging and her kind personality allows her to build relationships with ease. She is an excellent communicator and her dedication to the role and professionalism is the perfect combination to support parents in those early weeks of welcoming a newborn.
- Daily Maternity Nurse
- Night Maternity Nurse
- Overseas Maternity Nurse
- Breast feeding
- Bottle feeding
- Premature Babies
- Establishing a routine
2017 HATA – Maternity Nurse (non-medical) Level 3 Certificate
Marcjanna started her child care journey back in 2006