This home healthcare startup raised $4 million and its good news for would be mothers

The home healthcare segment is sizzling. And one such startup that has made the right noise is Care24. The company has raised $4 million in the latest round of funding and has now ventured into the Mother and Infant Care category on its platform.

“The company has enabled services such as pregnancy and infant care, periodic monitoring of mother and child, nursing care and vaccination for the baby, lactation advice and nutritional guidance, sleep management counselling and post-partum depression counselling to make dealing with such issues easier,” said Vipin Pathak, co-founder and CEO of Care24.

As per reports, 15% of new mothers suffer from Post-Partum Mood Disorders (PPMDs), including Post-Partum Depression (PPD). Research papers have also pointed out that infants are found to be suffering from different maladies such as meningitis, paralysis and other ailments due to a lack of knowledge regarding post-partum childcare among young mothers. “Such situations can be prevented through professional counselling and by providing adequate post-delivery care to mothers. All these together ensure good health for both mother and child,” he added.

Following this, the company has enabled services such as pregnancy and infant care, periodic monitoring of mother and child, nursing care and vaccination for the baby, lactation advice and nutritional guidance, sleep management counselling and post-partum depression counselling to make dealing with such issues easier.
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