There is a lot to think when you're pregnant, even more so when you're a foreign country (and maybe don't speak the language as well as you would like). What do I need to take care of when pregnant in Germany? What are the various to-dos and when do they need to be done? are frequent questions asked by my clients. From explain you your options of where to give birth to finding you a pediatrician, as well as assisting in filling in your benefits application, I have developed a range of services to take this stress off your mind.
"I'm pregnant, where do I start? What needs to be done and when?" Let us organize your pregnancy and your birth step by step...
Elterngeld is an income replacement benefit parents can claim when reducing their working hours to take care of their baby. Let us find out together if you are entitled and how to claim...
Kindergeld is the child benefit parents can claim when living and / or working in Germany. Would you like help to apply?
Unmarried parents can go through father declaration and custody rights agreement to recognize the father of the child and share the custody rights between the parents. I can help you in this endeavor...
Getting pregnant and having a baby requires to gather a little team of experts to help in this adventure. If you don't have time or the nerves to go through this search, I can assist you in putting together your dream team.
As a post-partum doula I am here to mother the mother after birth, providing comfort and care in your home and helping mother and child to focus on themselves for the first few weeks after birth.
Baby in Berlin, Family Care & Concierge: helping families from all walks of life and from around the world find their feet in Berlin and Germany during pregnancy, through birth and in the early family years. Offering assistance with pregnancy questions, paperwork, mother care and contacts for a happy and stress-free start as a family in Germany!
Elodie Roux Heineck, Baby in Berlin, Schönhauser Allee 74, c/o maternita, 10437 Berlin