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Hillary Doulas

Hillary Clifford, Certified Postpartum Doula

About Me

Hi! My name is Hillary and I am a Certified Postpartum Doula servicing Fort Wayne and surrounding areas. I decided to become a Postpartum Doula in 2021 to nurture and care for new moms and their families during the postpartum period and in 2023 became certified through CAPPA.

My son was born in April 2020, the very beginning stages of the pandemic. I was a terrified new mom thrown into quarantine, unable to have visitors or a "normal" experience with my newborn. I was quickly heading into a downward spiral and my mental health suffered greatly. Once learning about Postpartum Doulas, I knew this was my calling. I could be that support person I so desperately needed as a new mom. My goal is to educate new parents about the common mood disorders so many of us go through and allow others to not feel so alone. I specialize in maternal mental health and am working towards my PMH-C in the near future. 

I have always been inspired by the strength of women and the miracle of birth. This is why I became a professional Postpartum Doula. Every woman deserves to have someone there to guide and assist them in making educated choices about their pregnancy and postpartum experience, and remind them that they can trust the strength of their bodies and minds during this time. I’m here to provide unbiased information and emotional, physical, and mental support. Please get in touch to find out more.

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"The postpartum doula fills a void left by families not being close enough or able to offer help, and reassurance while parents adjust to their new role and responsibilities. New families deserve the support and encouragement a postpartum doula can give"

- CAPPA Postpartum Doula Manual


Daytime Postpartum Care


Daytime postpartum care starts with me coming to the home during the morning and staying with the family for the next few hours. I will check in and see how the previous evening went and what you need from me to best feel supported. Days and hours are based on family needs and discussed during meet & greet.

Overnight Postpartum Care


Overnight postpartum care starts with me coming to the home during the evening  and staying with the family through the next morning. I will take care of baby's feedings and stay with baby while sleeping so parents are able to fully rest. Nights and hours are discussed during meet & greet.

Virtual Postpartum Care


Virtual postpartum care is virtual meetings set up based on your schedule. Meetings are typically 2 hours once or twice per week. However, frequencies can change to help support you and your family best. During these times, we are able to go over what your struggles are, what questions you may have, and what you need to feel supported. 

Doula for a Day


Doula for a Day is perfect for when you could use a little bit of doula care throughout the day. This includes all doula services such as light housekeeping, errands, groceries, infant and sibling care and much more. Making sure you are comfortable and well rested for your little ones. No hour minimums.

Sibling Doula Package


Sibling Doula Care is focused   on the sibling(s) of your new little one. This package includes 1 prenatal visit to meet the family, on call starting at 38 weeks until birth, caring for sibling(s) while in labor, and one daytime visit postpartum. Services include, activities, meal prep, playtime, bedtime, and overnight care if needed.

What to Expect

Services include but are not limited to:

  • Light housekeeping

  • Folding and putting away laundry

  • Bottle and pump part sterilization

  • Snack and light meal prep

  • Run errands 

  • Grocery pickup

  • Emotional support

  • Accompanying to doctor appointments

  • Family transitioning (including kids and pets)

  • Nighttime care and feedings while parents sleep

  • Guiding through bath time, nursing or bottle-feeding, sleep routines, and basic newborn care

  • Postpartum recovery including vaginal and cesarean births

  • Help with adjusting to new routines

  • Recognize PMADs (Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders) and give un-biased support

  • Give credible resources and refer out 


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