In Home Consultation
During a home visit I will get a detailed medical history for mother, baby and discuss the birthing process. I will weight the baby on my professional scale. We will go over your current concerns and goals for feeding. I am here to support you and your goals. I will observe the entire feed, if possible re weight the baby for a weighted feed. During this process I will take detailed notes, which I will leave with you at the end of the visit. After the visit, I will send my report over the necessary medical providers. Typically I send a follow up text message 24-48 hours after the visit, checking in. You are welcome to message as much as needed, I am here to support your breastfeeding relationship.
Breastfeeding education plays a crucial role in the success of a breastfeeding relationship. Start your journey off right and take a breastfeeding education class. Classes are customized to your individual needs and goals. Topics include but are not limited to, first few days with baby, establishing a milk supply, returning to work, pumping, bottle feeding and common concerns. Classes can be done in person or virtually.
Most breastfeeding mothers at some point in time, use a breast pump. Understanding how to use a pump and having the correct fit is vital for milk removal and production. At every consultation, we will go over how to use your breast pump. If you need different size flanges, you can buy parts at the end of a consultation. Cost is $10
Costs for services
Insurance Authorization Link
I have paired with The Lactation Network and have the ability to accept insurance. Currently accepting BCBS, Anthem, Cigna, Hap multiplan and United Health Care. If your insurance is not listed, I will collect payment at the time of service. Cash, Check or credit cards are accepted. FSA/HSA cards can also be used.
Meet Adrian, IBCLC
International Board Certified Lactation Consultant
As a International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, I understand the wait and frustration of needing help but not knowing where to turn to first. I am here to help address your concerns and accomplish your goals.
I entered into the world of lactation shortly after my first son was born. I needed a IBCLC to fix our breastfeeding relationship and that experience changed my career path.
La Leche League taught me so much of what I know about counseling nursing women. As a IBCLC, I am here to support you and your goals while provide evidence based information along the way. Questions about new theories in lactation? I have probably watched a webinar about it. Staying up to date on new information is very important to me.
All 5 of our children were born at home, so I understand the uniqueness of home birth situations. In my personal life I am a accomplished ultra runner, having run races from 5ks to 100 miles. Working with women who are returning to running while breastfeeding is a special interest of mine.