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“Motherhood is amazing. And then it is really hard. And then it is incredible. And then it is everything in between. So, hold onto the good, breathe through the bad, and welcome the wildest and most wonderful ride of your life.”

Anonymous Mother

EPES Program

Employee Parent Empowerment Services

Have you ever stopped to think about how  your company supports your employees who go out on maternity leave? Do you have a program set up to improve company culture for  new moms and parents who are having babies and dealing with the new challenges associated with  becoming a new parent. Or perhaps a program that prepares your female employees on things to expect with motherhood,  how to prepare for it, and how to transition back to work more smoothly.


E.P.E.S (Employee Parent Empowerment Services) helps employers transition new moms back to the workplace and increase a smoother transition while decreasing anxieties. This program  positions employers as a partner in this new journey and helps foster a more supporting  work culture for new parents. 

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Nurse Q has been seen on:

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About Nurse Q

Abou Nurse Q

Quoida Lauzon, RN

My background is I'm a licensed RN in the state of NY with my Bachelors of Science in Nursing. I've worked in the healthcare field for 13 years. My passion has always been to help others. After I became a mother myself I knew my calling was to start supporting new mothers in a different way, giving them the guidance and support we all need and deserve. I shifted into a motherhood coach and have been honored to help so many moms and families. You deserve to thrive not just survive.


My team and I partner  up with companies to help support their employees who are going out on maternity/paternity leave and help them with 1-1 coaching to go from a working individual to a working parent. 

Mothers are not only strong but they are strong and capable. I feel sometimes we just need someone to help find that inner strength and confidence. There are times when new mothers feel overwhelmed and then question their own abilities.  With so much new information that is given to a sleep-deprived mother, it can make you feel even more confused.  What works for one family doesn't mean that will be what works for yours. I can help you develop and implement a game plan that fits your families needs and your new life. Mothers are strong and I am always honored to be able to work with them and be part of the process.

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Thanks! Talk soon. 

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