Birth Sisters Doula
Prenatal, Labor, Postpartum Services and Support
I care for pregnant women and their families by providing guidance, education and physical support to help them have an empowering birth and postpartum experience. This initial birthing experience is the beginning of a family that thrives.
Why Choose Birth Sisters...
Supported. Educated. Empowered.
Hi! Welcome to Birth Sisters Doula's page. I am LaToshia Rouse CD(DONA), as a wife of 17 years, a mother of a 12 year old and 8 year old triplets I have had many experiences in healthcare. My journey into this work started after the birth of my triplets. I had a deep desire to make the process easier for families who were having babies. I began connecting people with resources, education and tools to navigate their experience. It has been a great joy to support them.
Now as a doula, I offer substantial prenatal, labor, and postnatal support. My goal is to give you and your family the attention and support for the birth you want.
I am a DONA International certified doula as well as a SMC Full Circle doula (Shafia Monroe). I am also trained in Spinning Babies and LAMAZE which promotes vaginal birth. I love working with expecting mothers and their families throughout the experience of bringing new life into this world via frequent check ins to ensure you have been optimally prepared for your birth and baby. If you would like to learn more about my services and schedule a FREE Consultation, get in touch today.
As a respected Doula, I pride myself in providing you and your partner with care, understanding, information and support throughout, during, and after the birthing process. Our initial meeting will help me tailor my packages to fit your needs, as every pregnancy is different. To schedule an initial consultation, or to learn more about my practice, please contact me.
Improving Care for Women and Babies
Here is some of my work in the state of North Carolina.
“In working to improve the health of North Carolinians, a critical focus starts with our mothers and infants and their surrounding communities.”