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I am the prenatal education coordinator at Altru Hospital and also one of the CLC's on our labor and delivery floor. We provide free prenatal breastfeeding classes in-person once a month. We also provide lactation support in the inpatient setting after delivery. There is a free breastfeeding clinic and virtual visits available for outpatient services. Check out our website for more information. https://www.altru.org/services/obstetrics-gynecology-ob-gyn-/obstetrics-pregnancy-birth-/breastfeeding/
My name is Ashley and I am a Certified Lactation Counselor, Certified Breastfeeding Specialist and trained Postpartum Doula. I am passionate about supporting mothers and newborns leading up to birth and through the postpartum period. I have 3 children whom all nursed over a year and love to help mom achieve their nursing goals and to watch them strive in their new role of motherhood.
We offer speech and occupational therapy, including lactation counseling services and Orofacial Myology services from newborn on up. Emilee is a certified lactation counselor and also certified in Orofacial Myology, in addition to having her masters and 12 years of experience.
Fargo Cass Public Health (FCPH) provides breastfeeding support and resources to families, employers/businesses, and child care providers. FCPH assists with policy development and implementation, offers training modules, and provides the Back to Work Mom Program that includes text message support, a monthly class on returning to work and continuing to breastfeed, and more.
The Women, Infants and Children Supplemental Nutrition Program (WIC) provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy foods, and referrals to other community programs. WIC families include women who are pregnant or have recently had a baby, infants and children up to five years of age. Fargo WIC has an IBCLC on staff and all nutritionists have experience in supporting the breastfeeding dyad. To check eligibility go to: https://www.health.nd.gov/prevention/wic/WIC-Eligibility. To qualify for WIC, a family of four can earn up to $4,086 per month. To apply, call 701.277.1455. Please let WIC know if you need an interpreter.
Serving all of North Dakota. 25+ years in healthcare, 15 years as an IBCLC, 5+ years as an FNP. Advanced Lactation Care (management of medical issues associated with lactation). Lactation consultations, phone consultations and perinatal education. All visits via secure Telehealth. No referral needed. Fee for service, Superbill provided.
Dr. Kathy Anderson, MD, FAAP, IBCLC, CEIM is board certified in General Pediatrics and Integrative Medicine. She is committed to preserving, promoting, and optimizing the health, wellness, and safety of children by providing education, consultation, and most importantly, premium quality, compassionate, clinical care. She is well respected by patients and colleagues alike for her quality clinical care and judgment, unwavering commitment to community interest through training and education, and her impassioned legislative advocacy. Dr. Anderson's skills extend far beyond her education, training, and experience. She is genuinely interested in optimizing the health and wellness of children, and brings an open mind to exploring how we best accomplish this. She is able to think critically and systematically outside the narrow boxes of health and disease, and look more broadly at factors affecting wellness. Dr. Anderson is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and Certified Educator of Infant Massage (CEIM).
I am a Registered Nurse and Certified Lactation Counselor (2013-2016 and 2018-present). I am also a mother of two children with personal experience of extended breastfeeding. I serve as Vice President of the North Dakota Breastfeeding Coalition. It is my professional and personal goal to help all parents successfully nourish their children.