Useful links

Birthrights- “Birthrights is the UK’s only organisation dedicated to improving women’s experience of pregnancy and childbirth by promoting respect for human rights. We believe that all women are entitled to respectful maternity care that protects their fundamental rights to dignity, autonomy, privacy and equality”

  www.birthrights.org.uk

 

AIMS- Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services

AIMS... at the forefront of the childbirth movement for more than fifty years, Working towards normal birth, Providing independent support and information about maternity choices, Raising awareness of current research on childbirth and related issues, Protecting women's human rights in childbirth

 www.aims.org.uk

 

The Breastfeeding Network (BfN) - an independent source of support and information for breastfeeding women and others

https://www.breastfeedingnetwork.org.uk/

 

La Leche League – Friendly Breastfeeding Support from pregnancy onwards –

  www.laleche.org.uk

 

Find a Local Lactation Consultant:

Get help from a local qualified IBCLC breastfeeding expert by searching our global directory

www.breastfeeding.support

 

Chiltern Breastfeeding Partnership

Luci Lishman IBCLC RGN RM Lactation Consultant and Tongue-tie Practitioner

Felicity Bertin Registered Paediatric (Cranial) Osteopath & Breastfeeding Peer Supporter

Specialist support for infant feeding and tongue-tie

http://www.chilternbreastfeeding.co.uk/

 

Association of Tongue Tie Practitioners ATP

www.tongue-tie.org.uk

 

Milk Matters - provide accurate evidence based support, tailored to suit each family.

www.milkmatters.org.uk

 

The Baby Friendly Initiative – Unicef

The UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative has worked with the Department of Health to produce this leaflet, which is intended to support health professionals when educating parents who have chosen to bottle feed in the post-natal period

www.unicef.org.uk/BabyFriendly/Resources/Resources-for-parents/Department-of-Health-bottle-feeding-leaflet/

 

TAMBA – Twins and Multiple Births Association

www.tamba.org.uk

 

Mind – for better mental health

Explains postnatal depression, including possible causes and how you can access treatment and support. Includes tips for helping yourself, and guidance for friends and family.

www.mind.org.uk

 

 

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