Sarah Long
Birth & Postpartum Doula
Fort Wayne, Indiana
3 years of experience
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About me

Sarah Long is a doula trained through Dona international. She completed her training in 2020 and has been passionate about birth since her first pregnancy nearly 10 years ago. First with her own birth experiences, then with providing support in the birth of her nephew, Sarah was drawn to the birth world. She felt the urge to learn all that she could to help pregnant people feel empowered to gain knowledge and make decisions that are in their best interest. In 2011 she and her husband found out they were expecting twins during their first pregnancy. They were scared, excited, overwhelmed, and nervous. Because twin pregnancies are considered "high risk," and both babies were in the breech position, she had a scheduled caesarian at 37 weeks. Although she didn't get the birth that she had envisioned, her postpartum journey with twins was very positive. Thanks to lots of help from family members and friends, Sarah was not alone with her baby girls until they were three months old. She felt like having so much support and help is the only way she survived. Once the girls were a little bit older, they felt ready to grow their family again. Pregnancy number two was a singleton. This time around Sarah knew she wanted a different birth. She attempted a v-bac (vaginal birth after caesarian). She had a very long and challenging labor that ended in another caesarian. Outside of helping pregnant families, Sarah loves to spend as much time outside as possible. She loves playing games, camping, and going to the lake. She believes that our bodies are designed perfectly and they know exactly what to do to birth a baby. She wants nothing but the best and most memorable birth experience for you and she would love to meet with you to see if she is a good fit for you and your family. Text Sarah anytime!

Certification and training

DONA (2020)



Service introduction

Birth and Postpartum Support

Birth Doula
-1-2 prenatal consultations to discuss your birth preferences -Unlimited support via phone, text, or email -24 hour on-call period starting at 38 weeks -Physical and emotional support throughout labor using various comfort measures -Immediate support after birth -1 postpartum daytime visit *$300 due at contract signing. Remaining $400 due by 36 weeks in pregnancy. Payment plans can be discussed and arranged.
USD Flat rate
Daytime postpartum care
Includes caring for the baby and/or older children, light house work, breastfeeding/bottle feeding support, education on various topics, self care, newborn care, errands, dishes, laundry, and allowing new parents to sleep. You decide what you need support with during the day. Dates and times are flexible. Minimum of 4 hour shifts.
USD Per hour
Overnight postpartum care
Overnight care of the newborn to allow parents to get some rest. Give support during overnight feedings. Must provide a bed for Sarah to sleep on. Can be in a nursery or guest room. Dates and times are flexible. Minimum of 8 hour shifts.
USD Per hour