A Newborn Care Specialist helps families with the arrival of a new baby. 
Whether it's the first baby or the fourth in the family, an NCS can be a vital
part of your childcare team. Amanda Schultz has been caring for children
since she was in middle school as a babysitter in her neighborhood. She
attended Fairfield Career Center in high school and holds a certification as
an Activity Therapist. This training included courses such as medical
terminology, anatomy & physiology, child development, and assessing
clients with disabilities. After high school Amanda worked at a daycare
facility in the toddler and infant rooms. She quickly knew that caring for
babies was where she was happiest. She started her nanny career within
the year.

As a professional nanny, Amanda has worked with all ages from newborns to age 12 years old, premature babies,
twins, triplets and quintuplets. While in Florida she worked with parents who needed a break and a good nights
sleep. She cared for the baby or babies during the night. Doing all the feedings, changing and soothing so the
parents could rest. Amanda joined the local mothers group, Greater Orlando Mothers of Twins and Triplets
(GOMOTT). This allowed Amanda to help with many mothers that needed guidance on caring for their multiples.
Amanda has spoken at meetings with the club members about childcare, what to expect when having multiples
and new parent education (nursery needs, schedules/routines, safety concerns, nursing/feeding issues, and
common medical issues - reflux, apnea, and colic).

Amanda attended the Alexandria School and earned her certification as a Newborn Care Specialist, is an
International Nanny Association
credentialed nanny, continues her education through online courses from Texas
Christian University and attends several conferences/trainings throughout the year. Amanda travels nationwide
and is the wise choice for your newborn care!
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