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Breastfeeding Class

Fundamentals and Practical Problem Solving: The Breastfeeding class provides information on preparation for feeding, feeding techniques, and common concerns. Additional topics include information on which type of beast pump will best meet your needs, dicussion on returning to work and other everday issues. The class is open to expectant and new mothers. Support persons are welcome. Class is taught by an RN certified lactation counselor. We reserve the right to cancel any class due to lack of enrollment. Classes with enrollment of three or less will be cancelled with the option of enrolling in a later class.

Date Thursday, Feb 06, 2014
Time 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Location

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Directions St. Elizabeth's Hospital 211 South Third Street, Belleville Level 1, Room 1604
Phone 234-2120, ext. 2300

Instructions

One time fee of $25, you and your support person can attend any or all of the avaiailbe classes. Recommended time to enroll: around the 32nd - 36th week of pregnancy.


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