Students & Assistants

Beverley Bouchard

Beverley Bouchard is British-born and has been living in the United States since 1978. She began working with birthing families in 2013. She believes that as baby is born, so too, are the parents. A family is created. Upon graduating from Norland College in Bath, England, Beverley worked with families around the world as a Norland Nanny. She is trained and certified in CPR and NRP, and by DONA, NHTSA, ProDoula and SBD. As a birth worker she is present at births, provides postpartum care, and on occasion provides bereavement doula care. As a certified car seat technician (CPST), she checks the installation of car seats and the fit of babies in their car seats. Beverley, and her husband Jim, have 5 children and 5 grandchildren. She and her family have cared for about 100 foster babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Her love and respect of babies and new families goes back to her childhood as the neighborhood baby sitter. She volunteers as a doula at Mary’s Shelter in Fredericksburg and at The Paul Stefan Home in Culpeper. She enjoys knitting, sewing and spending time with family, principally the grandchildren. And, she likes chocolate!  

Serving

Fredericksburg,

Stafford,

Spotsylvania,

King George,

Orange,

Warrenton,

Culpeper,

Louisa,

Rappahannock County and nearby areas.

Contact Info

Phone  -  480-321-5026

Please use the form below to email me directly.

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