Breastfeeding support service details:
Prenatal or Postnatal Breastfeeding Counselling:
First Session for Prenatal or Postnatal breastfeeding
counselling will be for about 45-50 mins
Follow-up sessions as required (20-30 mins)
Online Lactation support Classes are also Offered via Zoom or Microsoft teams
Breastfeeding Preparation Classes are offered Tuesday-Saturdays, and we can also do classes on Sundays.
We can arrange day time classes, as well as evening classes.
Please use the Inquiry form below to get in touch and book your class!
Breastfeeding or Lactation Support
The support & knowledge you need
Breastfeeding, while instinctual and natural, doesn’t always run smoothly for everyone. Our Lactation support services during pregnancy ensures that you feel equipped with knowledge, tools, and confidence before your baby arrives. A good and early breastfeeding start is half the job done. We also want you to feel supported if you are experiencing feeding challenges after your little one is born. We can help BEFORE or AFTER baby arrives
During your Prenatal breastfeeding education class, we will cover all the information to get you start your breastfeeding journery as early as during prenatal period. We will talk about breastfeeding basics including how milk production works, latching, common challenges and how to know if your baby is getting enough milk. Your personal history and any major questions or concerns will also be discussed.
The Antenatal Lactation classes will cover a number of helpful and important areas;
- Learn about the health benefits of breastfeeding for both mum and baby
- Hormones and how they work for breastfeeding
- Positioning and attachment
- Importance of Skin to skin contact
- How to know when your baby is getting enough
- Hunger/Feeding cues
- Milk Expression
- Along with a chance to ask questions.
At your private postnatal support session we will discuss the breastfeeding concerns that you are working through, go over a brief history of you and your infant, your birth story, observe a feeding, and create a plan to ensure things move in the right direction for you. We will talk about how to promote milk flow and supply if those are concerns you are working through.
Mothers naturally produce breast milk shortly after giving birth, but the art of latching the baby onto the breast is learned. Our classes are taught in such a way and provide clear, accurate breastfeeding information for the “soon-to-be” new mother. These are typically taken prenatally. For support with immediate breastfeeding issues, please contact us to schedule an appointment.
Becoming parents is a beautiful journey and like any other journey it helps to be prepared in advance! Your family team needs to be prepared for the Breastfeeding and Parenting Journey you will embark on the moment your baby arrives! To be prepared one needs to have required knowledge as well as learn practical skills.One needs to know what to expect, and also have a plan B.
These classes are primarily meant for Pregnant couples in their 2nd and 3rd trimesters (4th to 9th month) and their families.(Families with new babies can also attend) .These classes will be even more useful to second time parents who had challenges breastfeeding their 1st baby.
These sessions are Online session conducted on the microsoft Teams and is used to ensure privacy and security. You should have a good Internet Connection for a smooth experience. Using a Laptop or Desktop will give a better experience as compared to a mobile device in a long session. There will be 2 sessions on 2 days of 1 hour each, with a maximum of 4-5 mothers in each batch. Ample time is given to participants for asking queries at end of sessions. Handouts with relevant information discussed during sessions will be shared via email after both the sessions.
✓ Getting breastfeeding off to a good start for you
✓ The importance of a good latch, attachment and positioning for your baby
✓ Benefits of breastfeeding for mum, baby and the family
✓ Milk composition, how breastfeeding works
✓ Pattern and frequency of feeding from the early days and as your baby grows
✓ Recognising breastfeeding challenges, how and where to get help and support
✓ Expressing milk/ storage of expressed breastmilk etc.
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