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Making More Milk: Breastfeeding Seminar

La Leche League Pacific Horizons

Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)

Making More Milk: Breastfeeding Seminar

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Event Details

Making More Milk: Addressing the most common concern of parents

 
Guest Speaker

Lisa Marasco, MA, IBCLC

Lisa has been working with breasfeeding mothers for over 30 years. Lisa is a co-author of Making More Milk. She is employed by WIC of Santa Barbara County. In addition, Lisa is an Associate Area Professional Liaison for La Leche League of SoCal/NV, and serves on the Breastfeeding Coalition of Santa Barbara County. 

Sessions include

  • Recognizing when Things are Heading South: Investigating for Low Milk Production
  • PCOS, Infertility & Breastfeeding: What's the latest?
  • Hypoplastic Breast Syndrome (IGT): The hot new diagnosis
  • Meetng Clients Where They're at: Ethical guidelines when talking about complementary therapies

Registration includes

Continental breakfast, lunch, free parking, and continuing education credit. 
 
LLL Leader Discount

Please contact Rhonda for the discount code for current La Leche League Leaders.
 
Parking

Free parking is available.
 
Brochure

Printable event brochure:  Click here 

Session Descriptions

  • Recongnizing When Things are Heading South: Investigating for low milk production.  When low milk production concerns present, where do you start? Is it real or perceived? Delayed, secondary or primary? Which came first, the chicken or the egg? This session walks through the assessment process to determine what the cause of a low milk supply might be, including infant contributions such as tongue-tie. 
  • PCOS, Infertility and Breastfeeding: What's the Latest? PCOS is the leading cause of infertility in women and involves multiple possible hormonal imbalances. What has been learned about PCOS and breastfeeding? We will take a look at how the frequent problems of obestity, hyperandrogenism, insulin, thyroid and estrogen imbalances that may be part of a woman's unique profile can impact the breastfeeding journey, then discuss potential treatments that are based on etiologies. 
  • Hypoplastic Breast Syndrome (or IGT): The hot new diagnosis? Baby is here, but where’s the milk? One of the hottest breastfeeding problem topics among mothers on the internet is insufficient glandular tissue, and many are making this self-diagnosis in the absence of other explanations. LCs want to assure mothers that this is a rare phenomenon, but wonder what is going on when women have “questionable” breasts and poor milk output. This session takes a closer look at normal and abnormal breast development in the context of fetal, pubertal and pregnancy stages of development to better understand what may be going on. Discussion includes the relative merits and drawbacks of popular treatment approaches.   
  • Meeting clients where they’re at: Ethical guidelines when talking about complementary therapies  What can I say?” When it comes to complementary and alternative therapies, many lactation consultants are unsure of how to conduct this conversation with a client. We will take a look at our professional guidelines, the question of evidence, and handling real-life dilemmas that come up. This is an E-CERP talk.

Session Objectives

Following the didactic presentations, the participants will be able to: 

  • List three signs of low milk production;
  • Identify two strategies for improving breastfeeding outcomes with PCOS; and to
  • Describe three steps in ethical care to support lactation with complimentary therapies

Target Audience

Registered Nurses, Registered Dietitians, Nutritionists, Occupational Therapists, Lactation Consultants & Educators, LLL Leaders, Breastfeeding USA Counselors, Health Educators, CPHWs,  Case Managers, Home Visitors, Doulas, Breastfeeding Peer Counselors, Students, and others interested in supporting families in the initiation and maintenance of breastfeeding.

Participant Confirmation and Handouts

Registration confirmation will be sent to participants providing an e-mail address.  If available, presentation handouts are sent via e-mail 2 business days prior to the seminar. 

Continuing Education Credit  

Nurses: Henry mayo Newhall Hospital is an approved provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing Provider CEP 1384.  This course is approved for 6 contact hours of continuing education credit.

 

Lactation Consultants: Application for Continuing Education Recognition Points (CERPs) has been submitted to the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners. 

 

Registered Dietitians: Maintain a copy of the agenda and certificate for CPEs for their Professional Development Portfolio. 

 

Childbirth Educators: Most childbirth education associations accept the CERPs for lactation consultants. 

Cancellation Policy

Written cancellations received one week prior to the event will be granted, subject to a $5 fee. No refunds after this date. 

Sponsored by

La Leche League, Pacific Horizons Area

Co-sponsored by

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

Schedule

9:00

Registration

9:30

Session One

10:45

Break

11:00

Session Two

12:15

Lunch

1:15

Session Three

2:30

Break

2:45

Session Four

4:00

Adjourn


 

Have questions about Making More Milk: Breastfeeding Seminar? Contact La Leche League Pacific Horizons

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04/04/2020
23803 McBean Pkwy
Valencia, CA 91335

Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)


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