Ever wonder if you’re making enough milk? Do you need help with proper latching? For these and many other breastfeeding questions, a Lactation Consultant or Support Group can be an invaluable resource.
"Aeroflow Breastpumps' mission is to increase the instance of breastfeeding nationally," said Jennifer Jordan, Aeroflow Director of Mom & Baby. "Part of that commitment is providing the necessary resources to help all Moms successfully breastfeed. Our new Lactation Support Directory will help them easily search for lactation professionals and groups in their area."
How Does It Work?
Using our Lactation Support Directory is simple – Just follow these steps:
Find Your Lactation Consultant or Group Now!
Our directory includes over 600 lactation experts with a variety of designations, including: IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant), CLS (Certified Lactation Specialist), CLC (Certified Lactation Counselor), and RN (Registered Nurse).
Glenni Lorick, IBCLC and president of A Nurturing Moment, is one of the members of our Lactation Support Directory and had this to say about our new resource:
“The Lactation Support Directory is a terrific idea. So many parents trust Aeroflow as their breast pump provider. This directory resource the next logical step in continuing to provide ongoing breastfeeding support to those parents with whom they have an established relationship.”
I’m A Lactation Professional/Group – How Do I Get Involved?
Lactation Professionals or Groups who are interested in being listed in our Support Directory can do so easily! Simply visit our Lactation Support Directory and select the option that describes you – A person or a group. Simply fill out your professional information to be included in our directory.
The Lactation Consultant Directory is provided by Aeroflow Breastpumps as a resource tool and Aeroflow Breastpumps is not directly affiliated with any Lactation Consultant. Information should be used at the sole discretion of the individual.
Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.