Weekly Breastfeeding Support Group
IF INFANT IS LOSING WEIGHT/slow to gain weight, struggling with latch, mom is in severe nipple or breast pain - it is advised you schedule an individualized visit with a lactation consultant or notify your pediatric provider. You are welcome to attend the support group as a SUPPLEMENT to seeing an IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) or pediatric provider, but it is essential you have a one-on-one visit with an IBCLC to support “mom & baby”. We can refer you to excellent IBCLC’s in the community or potentially see you at our clinic with our IBCLC.
Breastfeeding can be hard, really really $#&%!@& hard.
Come learn tricks (& build community) to make it JOYOUS…
It really does take a village to raise a child!
TEMPORARILY NOT BEING OFFERED. IF URGENT SUPPORT NEEDED, FEEL FREE TO SCHEDULE A VISIT.
Meet other moms learning or struggling with breastfeeding
Casual laid back environment in the Saturn Building in Fremont
A non-hospital location
Safe space to ask questions and gain knowledge
Hands-on visuals and resources/handouts for supporting lactation
Pre-Registration required - see below (day of registration ok)
Group facilitated by Lise Martin, ARNP (family nurse practitioner), IBCLC - International Board Certified Lactation Consultant
Meets in Saturn Building (3417 Evanston Ave N., Seattle, 98103) conference room on 3rd floor - elevator access and street parking.
*Occasionally there are schedule changes and the support group does not meet, so please make sure to check the website weekly.
New registrants - please complete all of the form below
Returning registrants - please complete name, email, age of your baby, updated goals (if you’d like) and fee portion.
$15 weekly Fee covers costs towards equipment, materials/handouts, rent, facilitator and more.
Challenges or concerns regarding your ability to pay the group registration fee?
Don’t be shy, we all have different means and our clinic will gladly collaborate with you regarding options for financial assistance/sliding scale.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate this.
Do you need more than the support group?
When to see a lactation consultant (IBCLC)
Comprehensive evaluation of baby (including feeding and oral assessment) and mom (nipples, breasts).
Latch, feeding, and volume assessed with thorough plan of care developed to address mother and baby’s needs.
Follow up and referrals coordinated as appropriate
Specific scenarios reviewed such as feeding multiples, travel, pumping, and more.
3417 Evanston Ave N. Suite 318
Seattle, WA 98103