Category: Training Program
Intended User: Lactation Consultant, Aspiring Lactation Care Provider, or Birth Worker
Member: Christine Staricka
This 4-hour spotlight course trains you to confidently provide lactation care optimized to support the late preterm infant and their family right from birth!
We’ll cover the Teaching, Timelines, and Techniques you need to help parents grasp the differences between a baby born a few weeks early and one born at term.
In this online course you will learn:
- Understanding characteristics of this population of newborns
- Normal newborn behavior for late preterm infants
- Establishing chest/breastfeeding
- Feeding plans appropriate for late preterm infants
- Basics of management of milk production for infants not feeding at chest/ breast
- Characteristics of late preterm infant’s oral anatomy and ability to coordinate suck/swallow/breathe
- Expectations for maturation of feeding abilities
- Supporting lactating parent during hospitalization of sick or late preterm infant
- Increased importance of human milk feeds for infants not feeding at chest/breast
- Increased neurological development requirements of late preterm infants
- Impact of parenting style “options” on late preterm infants
- Clinical techniques designed to support optimized feeding at chest/breast Enhance your lactation care skills with this proactive approach and strategy
What you’ll get:
- Video and audio lectures, delivered in a conversational style
- Downloadable resources for you and handouts for parents
- List of references
- 4 L-CERPs upon completion of course and a post-course test
How can this be accessed or purchased?
Purchase online at https://www.christinestaricka.com/early-birds-only
USLCA does not endorse the use or sale of this product. Post expires July 13, 2022.