Once you've filled out the registration form & submitted it, you will receive an email with your quote, and links to your service agreement and invoice to pay a $25 deposit.
2. PLACENTA TRANSPORT KIT
Your deposit pays for a specially designed placenta transport kit that you pack in your birth bag. Tell your nurse or midwife you want to keep your placenta once you are in labor and give them the transport kit to pack up your placenta. It keeps your placenta at safe temperature until pick up.
4. PLACENTA ENCAPSULATION
Once your placenta has been picked up, it is taken to a dedicated placenta lab that has been board-approved along with all of the equipment used. Your placenta has a special tag that stays with it each step of the way. It takes 2-3 days to complete the process. Proper protective gear is worn and the highest safety protocols are always practiced.
5. PLACENTA PACKAGE DROPOFF
Once the process is complete and the package finished, we come to you, wherever that is. We sit with you and explain everything about taking your placenta capsules. You receive your capsules, an information booklet we published, your cord keepsake, and your soft ice chest.
3. PLACENTA PICKUP
In the kit, you'll find the name and number of your placenta specialist. Call or text that you're ready for pick up and she will come to you as soon as possible.
6. CONSULT ANYTIME
We are here for you anytime during your postpartum. Should you have any questions about your capsules, breastfeeding, baby care, or simply need some encouragement or deeper help — you have access to call or text your placenta specialist! We are part of your postpartum team and want to help in any way we can.
Tiffany Wyatt, APPAC
Certifications & Training:
• Association of Placenta Preparation Arts (APPA)
• Bloodborne Pathogen, Placenta–specific
• Louisiana Food Handlers
• Matrona Holistic Birth Doula
• Spinning Babies
Tiffany is a regional placenta encapsulation leader being the first in the state and region to be internationally triple-certified in placenta encapsulation. Her certifications & trainings are with the Association of Placenta Preparation Arts (APPA), Bloodborne Pathogen Safety, La. Food Handling, Matrona Holisitic Birh Doula, Spinning Babies and Rebozo.
Since 2013, she has helped over 700 families navigate the many aspects of postpartum with her knowledge and experience in placenta encapsulation and other preparation services
She is a University of Louisiana at Lafayette design graduate and a busy graphic designer. She resides in Lafayette with her husband and two doula-supported, hospital-birthed children.