Honey, I am a mobile lactation service. I will come to you!
While I worked at the health department it absolutely infuriated me that mothers were required to come in after delivery. I worked with some as early as two days postpartum to fill out paperwork? Really?! 🤔
Now that we are in a pandemic families are understandably hesitant to come into a clinic where the germs reside..pun intended.
Well, to help ease the fear I will come to you honey! Dressed in proper PPE of course and the cutest boob scrubs, lol.
The ONLY things a new parent should be focused on is rest and learning how to feed your baby.
My Home Visits offer culturally competent inclusive skilled care all in the comforts of your home.
I bring my #Boobtïk office to you. If I do t have it, I will get it for you. My consults include:
• Breastfeeding Education
• Oral Assessments
• Latch and Positioning Techniques
• Milk Transfer Assessment
• Engorgement/Plugged Duct remedies
• Massage Techniques
• Emotional Support
• Individualized Care Plans
• #Boobtïk Supplies (manual pumps, hand expression kits, rice heating pads, nipple care, postpartum care aids, and more)
• Local Resources
• Samples and goodie bags
How can I help you achieve your goals today, honey? Book a home visit with me and experience the joy in breastfeeding? I turn no family away, apply for a sliding scale fee on the website or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
******This blog post is not meant to replace the advice of your medical provider. It is simply meant to keep families abreast of evidence based information to make better informed decisions.
Jada Metcalf | is a mom of two, Certified Breastfeeding Specialist, trained Birth and Postpartum Doula, ROSE Community Transformer, Fertility Doula and Community Health Worker in training, 2021 IBLCE candidate and a postpartum wellness business owner of the Milk + Honey Co. Health information on this site is based on peer-reviewed medical journals, textbooks and highly respected health organizations and institutions including the CDC (Center for Disease Control), AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics), WHO ( World Health Organization), NIH (National Institute of Health), ABM (Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine) Breastfeeding and Human Lactation, 5th Edition, Wambach Spencer)