When working with a mother, I often get a range of parenting questions mixed in with the breastfeeding ones.  I’m happy to answer these when I can.  Some mothers can feel somewhat isolated when they have a baby and may be looking for information about what to expect from this period of their baby’s life and reassurance that they are meeting their baby’s needs.

When a mum’s breastfeeding situation no longer requires an LC, I often suggest they get in contact with their local ABA group.  These groups can be a great source of information, support and friendship with mothers who are in a similar stage of life.  It is also one of the World Health Organisation’s 10-steps to successful breastfeeding.

To find your local ABA group, click here.

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