Posted on 2021-07-06 at 04:41:06
Caroline Bilkey is a highly experienced Newborn Specialist and OCN Registered Maternity Nurse (United Kingdom), who has spent the last 16 years specialising in both local and international contract maternity roles and surrogacy journeys for intended parents. Born in Auckland, New Zealand but residing in Sydney, Australia, Caroline discovered a niche and real demand in providing premium pre and post natal maternity care and services for families, as well as providing support for the ongoing development of their children. Her studies in London to train as a Maternity Nurse, Sleep Consulting and Baby Massage have led her to working with Maternal Mental Health for Oranga Tamariki (New Zealand), partnering with various international childcare agencies, as well as accumulating many of her own international high profile clientele and royalty who frequently book her services. She has worked extensively within the surrogacy industry, as well as for same sex couples, making her the go to in Australasia for this line of work. No matter whom the family is; her ethos is always the same. Listen to the families and their needs and provide a standard of care that lets the parents enjoy their new baby, whilst making sure the baby is happy, healthy and safe. Having worked with over 500 babies internationally in her career; Caroline particularly enjoys coaching new parents to give them encouragement and support with what a new baby brings, whether it be their first or fifth child. Mummy’s Whispers was founded as a natural progression to provide online services and resources for new parents, as well as having the ability to book her highly specialised team directly for Maternity services.
This pandemic situation has brought everyone’s life to a standstill. So, if you are an intended parent looking for a surrogacy program, there are certain precautions and factors you must consider beforehand. Are agencies still operating surrogacy programs during the Covid-19 outbreak? Nearly all surrogacy agencies continue to accept intended parents, although in Georgia new […]
If you have embryos still in Ukraine, it may be tempting to initiate a new surrogacy arrangement in Ukraine, particularly if your surrogacy agency and surrogate are agreeable. This is a highly risky and unethical proposition. Various foreign governments, including Australia, have announced that they cannot support safe travel or exit arrangements for newborns via […]
Surrogacy is regulated in most Australian states & territories. This means there is no uniform law nationally. Currently, there are no surrogacy laws in the northern territory, Victoria and South Australia have progressed significant reforms recently. Commercial surrogacy is illegal in Australia Only Altruistic surrogacy is permitted and the intended parents have to cover all […]