This 2 hour class covers many important aspects of breastfeeding such as: how does breastfeeding work, advantages, getting off to a good start (what to do in the early hours and days with breastfeeding), early days at home (support and trouble shooting), typical newborn and infant feeding patterns, supplies and equipment (pumps, soothing supplies, nursing bras) positioning baby at breast (latch and positions), avoiding latch issues, pumping and returning to work or school, where to get help and more!
You will leave with contact information for on-going support, pumping and storing and other handouts.
Cost covers 2 people (mom and support person).
This class is taught over Zoom. Confirmed participants will receive the Zoom link information via email shortly before class.
LOCATION & CONTACT
August 15, 2020
INSTRUCTOR BIOWendy Mackey-Kydd, M.Ed., B.C.C.E.
Traditional Health Plan/Retiree–$40.00
Community Wellness runs six class sessions during the academic year.
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