Breastfeeding Facts
The first six weeks after the baby is born is a time for new moms to rest, recover and learn about their new baby. When offers of help are given by friends and family, new moms should accept all good offers.

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Breastfeeding Support - Karen Kurtz, IBCLC

Prices and Consult Types

 

PHONE OR SKYPE - Talk to a Board Certified Lactation Consultant

  • Best for Any of our Classes
  • Basic Breastfeeding Help and Information
  • May be useful to determine if an In Home Consult is Needed *

This usually is not an appropriate consult for a baby that is gaining weight poorly or a mom with severe pain or nipple damage. Multiple factors in these situations usually require a hands on approach, pre/post weights and a full 1 1/2 - 2 hours of time.

  • Skype Classes and/or Prenatal consults are $40 for an hour. Classes and Prenatal Consults must be prepaid by Paypal or Credit Card. ($15 for addtional half hours). Questionaire will be emailed and should be filled out prior to consult.
  • Post partum Consultations by phone or Skype are $35 for a half and hour, $60 for a full hour. Questionaire will be emailed and should be filled out prior to consult. Follow up by email or phone included for 1 week.

* If a Home consult is decided on following a phone / Skype consult you will recieve a 15% discount on one consult.


In Home Classes or Prenatal consults are $60 for one couple (within 20 mile area). Contact Karen for prices for group classes.


In Home Post Partum Consults

  • Full Breastfeeding Consult $150 (2 to 2 1/2 hour within 30 mile area) This consult address all areas of breastfeeding. Includes full history of birth, mother and baby's medical issues, feeding evaluation, pre/post feeding weights, positioning help, pump help and more as indicated. Written care plan to mother and letters to appropriate health care providers are provided. Includes 2 weeks of phone, Skype or email follow up.

Follow up in Home Consults - $75 (within 30 mile area for Basic or Full Breastfeeding Consult)

 

We know the economy can make it hard for new parents to afford our services. If this is a problem please call and see how we can help. (856) 448-4666

 

 

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