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BreastfeedingHousecalls
Breastfeeding Housecalls & Lactation Clinic sees moms & babies as soon as issues arise, and offer support for the lifetime ofa family’s breastfeeding season!
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 6 May 17
Steube: Its more acceptable for a mom to say "I have a problem, than 2 say "I have ." need to screen.
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Katie Hinde 5 May 17
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 6 May 17
🏆🎖 to CA, who is requiring (by law) that all hospitals offering maternity services receive the designation by 2025.
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Paula Ray Hiett 5 May 17
Hospital RN IBCLC's need to stand up for their non-RN colleagues with he medical establishment.
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Alison Stuebe 6 May 17
Heinig: We've idealized the good baby as always full, always quiet, always sleeping
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 6 May 17
Half of all babies born in ghe USA are on . To help normalize breartfeeding, get involved with WIC.
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 6 May 17
"Pigmentocracy" in Latin América? This is a good read about understanding classism & race in L.A.
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
Who are women of color and where does the term come from?
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
Replying to @BFHouseCalls
*I meant Gen Y-ers!
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
: How to build understanding and Empathy w/Millenial Families- by my two favs Amber McCann & Jeanette McCulloch
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
Kudos to the IBCLC-baby-boomers & Gen Xers who are here to looking to learn how to relate to Gen Xers (millennials)!
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
Learning about millennials and how they want us to communicate with them...
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Amanda Merck, MPH 5 May 17
You don't have to have cancer to advocate for prevention and you don't have to be a mom to advocate for breastfeeding!
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
What we permit, we promote.
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
Mature IBCLCs can trailblaze for others...don't keep the knowledge to yourself!
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
Use your RN IBCLC-privilege to talk to hospital administrators about hiring non-RN IBCLCs.
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
"Were all better when we overcome together"
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BreastfeedingHousecalls 5 May 17
RN IBCLCs, non-RN IBCLCs and non-degreed IBCLCs ARE ALL STILL IBCLCs!
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