BirthWell Partners Breastfeeding Training:
Encouraging and Supporting Breastfeeding When it’s Not the Norm
WHEN: Thursday, April 27th 2017
TIME: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
(approved for 3.5 nursing CEUs, and 3.25 L-CERPs)
Training Location: Levite Jewish Community Center (LJCC)
In the Library. Come in through the main entrance, go past the front desk turn right to go down the hall, the library is down the hall on the left hand side.
3960 Montclair Rd. Birmingham, AL 35213 (Find it on a map here)
Registration: use these PDF or Word documents, or register using pay pal at the bottom of this page.
Registration due 2 weeks before the date of the class
Presented by Dalia Abrams, M.A., M.P.H., CD(DONA), LCCE, CLC
This three hour training will meet DONA‘s breastfeeding class requirement (item # 5 here) for birth doula certification. It will also count as three points toward the 15 contact hours needed for DONA recertification. Approved for 3.5 Nursing CEUs (if you need L-CERPs please let us know so that we can apply for them)This training will present the Trans-Theoretical Model of Change as a framework for addressing barriers to breastfeeding, maximizing influence to promote breastfeeding and for supporting continued breastfeeding success.
“This course was excellently presented!”
“This class encouraged me to be a more hands on advocate for breastfeeding.”
“I learned that babies will actually move themselves to the breast.”
When working with babies in the first hour after birth we need “patience! and more patience!”
Participants will learn how to:
-provide information about breastfeeding using effective language
-encourage mothers to shift their decisional balance toward breastfeeding
-teach skills to get breastfeeding off to a good start
-identify support for initiation and for continued success
-identify an effective latch and feeding pattern
-provide anticipatory guidance and support
Who should take this class? Birth and postpartum doulas, labor and delivery nurses and pediatric nurses, WIC providers, childbirth educators, LaLeche League Leaders, lactation specialists, ICAN leaders, and anyone who works to support new mothers.
(Approved for 3.5 nursing CEUs, and 3.25 IBCLC L-CERPs)
“Highly recommended course for doulas, mothers and soon-to-be moms!”
“I would encourage more nurses working in women’s care to attend this course.”
976 Linwood Rd.
Birmingham, AL 35222