Most pregnant women will not bother to hire a post natal professional because their mothers or grandmothers will be well trained in it, as they were in the days when our ancestors were all pros at handling things without the assistance of a medical helper.
Things have changed since, and we now have very few individuals at home who are knowledgeable about postnatal care. To put it another way, postnatal mothers and their newborns should be given a lot of attention in order to reduce the number of unintended outcomes. But worry not , services are now available for these new moms.
There are numerous confinement services, like Vinsha Confinement Service, which has received countless positive reviews even from those who had their first child experience with their service.
Vinsha Confinement Service is a registered confinement service centre that provides expert postnatal confinement services. Sharmeela, who is only 28 years old, founded Vinsha Confinement Service.
She began her career in confinement in 2019, after receiving her professional certification in postnatal care from the Selangor government.
“I thought this may be a major stepping stone for my profession and life, so I jumped right in.”
Sharmeela sought to kickstart her business and attract prospects by promoting it on Facebook and in communities where mothers socialise. Vinsha Confinement Service, on the other hand, had a significant increase in customers in just two weeks.
Sharmeela has a postnatal care certificate, as well as a breastfeeding peer counsellor course through the National Lactation Centre and a Wilmington Metropolitan University Diploma in Postnatal Care and Management.
Her business, on the other hand, did not cease to operate during the outbreak, albeit with some minor setbacks. Of course, it didn’t stop because postnatal care is extremely vital and will never dry up or fade because of the lockdown.
However, Sharmeela had to take extra caution because she is working with postpartum women as well as babies whose bodies will be weaker and sensitive to illness or the present virus.
So, with the support of her husband, she sent her only son to her mother-in-law to look after and manage this service.
“Neither of us would simply leave our house since we can’t take the risk of endangering our clients’ safety. Even if it cost a little extra, we would get food and other items online.”
Both husband and wife would not leave the house unless it was for work, and while performing their duties, they always make sure to follow the government’s SOPs.
They made note of their time by only taking on two consumers per day. However, because they are perceived to be those who provide confinement services, there are no issues or compounds received when they come across police roadblocks.
Even though it is more difficult to conduct their services during the pandemic, Vinsha Confinement Service did not raise their prices and maintains the same dedication towards their clients.
“There are ups and downs in our services as a result of the virus outbreak, but we are attempting to manage things as smoothly as possible.”
Visit Vinsha Confinement Centre’s social media accounts on Instagram and Facebook for more information. You may also call them at +60146489974.