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Newborn Care

Breastfeeding Support for New & Expecting Moms


Description
Parents will learn how to latch baby on and different nursing positions.
At the completion of this course you will know what to expect on the days following birth and how to best support yourself and baby through your breastfeeding journey.
Additionally, parents will learn how to navigate a blocked duct and other complications such inverted nipples, nipple confusion, and bottle refusal.
Moms will learn about milk itself, pumping, low/over milk supply, hand expression, feeding cues & how to know your baby is getting enough milk!

The class is taught by Carole K. Arsenault RN and Ashley Sousa RN, IBCLC.

Instructor: Ashley Sousa, RN IBCLC & Carole K. Arsen...

Content
  • Instructions To Use The Online Learning Platform
  • Welcome
  • Welcome
  • Hello From Ashley Sousa, RN
  • Terms of Use Agreement
  • Unit 1
  • Intro to Breastfeeding
  • Unit 2
  • Preparing to Breastfeed
  • What Will You Need
  • Unit 3
  • The First Breastfeed
  • In the Hospital
  • Tips for Success After Birth
  • Newborn Sleep: Second Night Syndrome
  • Hand Expression & Latching
  • Latching your Baby
  • Tips and Tricks
  • Feeding Cues
  • How Much Do Newborns Eat?
  • Burping & Spitting Up
  • Unit 4
  • Breastfeeding & Hand Expression
  • All About Breastfeeding
  • Types of Breastmilk
  • Is Baby Getting Enough Milk?
  • Is my baby getting enough milk?
  • Unit 5
  • Defining Let Downs
  • What's a Let Down?
  • Breastfeeding Positions
  • Breastfeeding Positions
  • Unit 6
  • Pumping & Storing Milk
  • Download Free Nipple Ruler
  • Low Milk Supply
  • 57 Amazing Lactogenic Foods to Increase Milk Supply
  • Pumping Tips
  • Pumping & Milk Storage
  • View Breastmilk Storage Guidelines
  • Unit 7
  • Blocked Duct & Mastitis
  • Blocked Milk Duct
  • Unit 8
  • Moving Forward
  • Breastfeeding Complications
  • Infant Tongue Tie Feeding Concerns
  • Bumps in the Road
  • When to Introduce a Bottle
  • Should Breastfeeding Hurt?
  • Nipple Pain & Soreness
  • Closing
  • Closing
  • Reach Out Today
  • Survey: Tell us your thoughts
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: 3 years